Friday Storms Leave Behind Downed Trees, Hail

Severe storms moved through the D.C. area Friday leaving downed trees, flooding and lots of hail in their wake.

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Paul Fagiolo
A massive tree fell onto a SUV on Jackson Avenue in Takoma Park, Maryland.
2/21
Kari Cashdollar/NBC Washington
Hail in Silver Spring, Maryland.
3/21
Kate
"Large hail pummeled Silver Spring!"
4/21
@lowbraudc
Flooding in Northeast D.C. near Fort Totten.
5/21
Carol Salsbury
Big hail stones in Silver Spring
6/21
Jackie Greene
Hail storm on W. Beach Drive NW D.C., near the D.C./Silver Spring line. Hail covered the lawn and damaged spring flowers.
7/21
@KBFerrall
Collected in Chevy Chase
8/21
Roxanne Weiss
"I'm in Woodside, Silver Spring - most hail I've seen here in two decades."
9/21
@CarolZEvans
Hail in Upper Marlboro
10/21
@cfloodc
Chevy Chase, Maryland.
11/21
@KMAndersonDC
"Holy hail! This storm is no joke!"
12/21
Mary
Hail in Cheverly, Maryland
13/21
Elizabeth Lawrence
Hail in Takoma Park at 5:00 p.m.
14/21
Krystal Mitchell
"I was is the backyard prepping the grill, then this happened 5 minutes later!"
15/21
Krystal Mitchell
Hail in Chillum, Md.
16/21
Thomas Schwarzmann
Hail Storm 4-21-2017
17/21
@__Jocelyneeee
18/21
CAROL MCCREE-GREEN
Hail storm quickly passed through Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
19/21
@AlfondsPond
"Some serious hail in Landover!"
20/21
@cfloodc
"A mess in Chevy Chase."
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