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People took to social media to post photos and videos of fast-falling hail.
Sacramento Fire crews are asking drivers to stay away from the area of Stone Creek Drive north of West El Camino. Multiple vehicles stuck in snow has caused a huge traffic snarl. Actual SNOW, not just hail! pic.twitter.com/badyXO0QB9— Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) February 26, 2018
Heavy rain, hail, lightning and thunder in Sacramento! It’s a weather party! pic.twitter.com/EMV4PPlaZI— Martin Phillips (@InHouseCook) February 26, 2018
Interesting driving for fire crews that are out responded to emergencies right now. Several locations with many inches of sleet and hail in the roadway! pic.twitter.com/sMdGyFZez9— Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) February 26, 2018
Is it hail or snow?! pic.twitter.com/yLNPFTgRjV— City of Sacramento (@TheCityofSac) February 26, 2018
We're still in Sacramento, right?— City of Sacramento (@TheCityofSac) February 26, 2018
City Hall grounds blanketed with freshly fallen hail, and lots of it, making it look a bit like a winter wonderland. pic.twitter.com/w5zjBzwrGn
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