Hailstorm Pummels Northeastern Nebraska

Slow-moving thunderstorms brought heavy rain and hail to eastern and central Nebraska on Thursday, April 28, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.

Video taken by Greg Paul shows hail falling near the eastern-Nebraska city of Norfolk on Thursday, he said.

The risk for thunderstorms would continue into the weekend for the Omaha area, the NWS said. Credit: Greg F Paul via Storyful

Video transcript

GREG PAUL: Here is the hail on the road. Oh, my god. Wow, look at this.

[NO SPEECH]

God. Oh.

- Oh, my-- [INAUDIBLE]

GREG PAUL: Oh, my god, is it bad!

- Yeah. It's really bad. Oh.

GREG PAUL: All right. We're stopping. Wow. Oh, god.

[MUSIC PLAYING]

Oh, my god. God. God. Oh, my god. Wow, this is crazy.

[NO SPEECH]

Oh, my god.

[NO SPEECH]

God. Man, it is getting bigger and bigger. Can I get over?

- Yeah.

[NO SPEECH]

GREG PAUL: Oh, my god. I hope this windsheild is [INAUDIBLE]. Ah. Ah.

[NO SPEECH]

God. Oh, my god. Look how big it is.

- I know.

GREG PAUL: Oh. Oh, my god.

[NO SPEECH]

Oh, my god. Don't bust. Don't bust the windshield. Ah. They're golf ball sized hail, everybody. Oh, my god. Oh, [AUDIO OUT] Don't bust the windshield. Oh, my god. God. Oh, my god. Ah. Wow, this is crazy. Oh, my god. We got nowhere to hide. God.

- We can hop over this.

GREG PAUL: We can't. We will get hurt.

[NO SPEECH]

God, I'm surprised it's not busting our windshield.

[NO SPEECH]

Wow. Oh, my god. Uh. Oh. Oh, my god. God, this is getting worse and bigger.

- Yeah.

GREG PAUL: Oh, my god. Oh, god. I got to keep windshield wipers going so they'll catch it if it tries to break it.

[NO SPEECH]

God. Oh, my god. It's bigger than golf balls now. Look how big it is. It's bigger than golf balls.

[NO SPEECH]

- What are you doing?

[NO SPEECH]

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