The storm rapidly sent a back-sheared and side anvil and the base became quite expansive. The green in this storm was quite amazing and amongst the greenest one can accomplish - the hailstones were up to the size of golf balls. Furthermore, the storm's hail swathe path was very wide _ would probably suggest 5 to 10km wide! Further north as the storm attained a nice signature on radar, the storm developed a wall cloud with up motion streaming rapidly into the base.
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