Storm Date: 7/21/2021
PA Storm Location(s): BLUEBELL, GLENSIDE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, AMBLER, FORT WASHINGTON...
Hail Size: QUARTER-SIZE HAIL (~ 1")
Wind Speed: 80+ MPH
Impacted Households: 60,421
Insurance Deadline: AUGUST 21, 2023
Confirmed Hail Storm Damage to Homes near Montgomery County, PA.
On July 21th, 2021 PA areas near Bluebell and Glenside experienced a severe thunderstorm spreading through localities such as Montgomery County, Bluebell, Glenside, Ambler producing what has been confirmed as quarter-sized hail and other extensive damage.
Homeowners that believe their home may have been affected by this storm are urged to call us immediately to assess the potential damage and prevent any further damage by damage already sustained. The FREE damage inspection is a no-risk, no-obligation assessment.
An unseasonable cold front developed into widespread thunderstorm with significant hail and wind damage left in the path. The first thunderstorms rose up early morning in NJ and quickly became severe producing heavy winds and rainfall. As the front approached PA, additional storm clusters appeared and became sever over Montgomery County, PA. Numerous trees and utilities were left damaged in the path that crossed over Glenside and Bluebell as a result of the 80+ MPH winds and quarter-sized hail reported with videos from local residents.
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Hail Storm Affected Areas in Pennsylvania (PA):
Montgomery County, Glenside, Bluebell, Ambler
Quick Q&A: How big was the hail that fell in the July 21st, 2021 Hail Storm?
Reports were confirmed with quarter-sized sized hail stones near Bluebell, PA. US-issued quarters are 0.955" in diameter and can cause significant property damage.