A house east of Perry sustained roof damage from the hail from Tuesday afternoon's severe thunderstorm, which also featured heavy winds that tore off tree limbs.
Inez Horton, who lives 916 Harland Ct., holds two hands full of nickel- to quarter-sized hail that pounded her home just after 4 p.m. Tuesday.
This Airstream trailer was knocked on its side east of Perry after heavy winds of 60 mph passed through the area on Tuesday afternoon.
A Lawrence police officer parks at the intersection of 4th and Maine Street to alert drivers to a downed tree across Maine just south of Lawrence Memorial Hospital. The tree came down during Tuesday April 6, 2010 as heavy winds and rain hit the area.
A mobile home east of Perry sustained hail damage to its roof on Tuesday as heavy rain and nickel- to quarter-sizd hail fell in Douglas County, causing damage to some homes in the Perry area.
Lawrence firefighters block an eastbound lane on Sixth Street just west of Maine after heavy winds knocked a street light across the road Tuesday, April 6, 2010. Heavy rain accompanied the wind that passed through town late in the afternoon.
Storm clouds roll into Douglas County on Tuesday afternoon. This photo was taken from the intersection of Kansas Highway 10 and U.S Highway 40, facing northeast. The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the area, with strong winds and hail associated with this storm.
Hail was reported all around Lawrence from a storm that moved through the area during the afternoon and early evening, April 6, 2010. This photo was taken at 15th and Wakarusa.
A large tree split in half and fell across the road at 4th and Michigan in Lawrence.
A lot of hail fell across Lawrence about 4:30 p.m. April 6, 2010. Amerika Grewal's family collected these hailstones.
A line of cars moves from U.S Highway 40 onto the South Lawrence Trafficway in west Lawrence during an afternoon thunderstorm on April 6, 2010.
A strong storm that moved through Lawrence Tuesday afternoon caused damage to trees and shrubs around Lawrence on Tuesday.
Flower petals dot the road after a storm with hail and strong winds blew through Lawrence on the afternoon of April 6, 2010.
Inez Horton, Perry shows off hailstones that she scooped out of her yard after a storm moved through the area in the afternoon of April 6, 2010.
Inez Horton, Perry, stands in front of her damaged house after a hail storm moved through the area about 4:15 April 6, 2010. The marks on the back of the house are damage to siding caused by the large hailstones.
Strong winds blew this shed off the back of a house in West Lawrence.
Tanish Birch, left, and her mother Beverly Mumford try to cover themselves the best they could during a downpour Tuesday afternoon, April 6, 2010, as they left the Free State sports complex after the softball game between Free State and Olathe South was canceled because of severe weather.
Hail stones litter the ground near 6th and Folks Road in west Lawrence after a strong storm moved through the area Tuesday April 6, 2010.
Another picture of all the hail that fell in northwest Lawrence during a hail storm April 6, 2010