Severe storms continued across Texas for the second day in a row as the state was hit with pounding hail and strong winds again. One storm among many hit drivers along US-287 between Claredon and Hedley in the village of Lelia Lake where 1.25-inch hail came down heavy leaving drifts several inches deep and slowing traffic to a near crawl as water and hail covered the highway.
Lelia Lake is between Claredon and Hedley in Donner County, approximately 60 miles southeast of Amarillo on US-287.
Scenes 1-3: Storm structure shots as storm approaches 287.
Scene 4: POV driving shot of blinding rains and hail over taking the highway as two vehicles pull over.
Scene 5: Shot of traffic on 287 in heavy rain and hail.
Scene 6: Shot if falling hail with hail covering the ground and a car under an awning.
Scene 7: Tight shot of car under awning.
Scene 8: Hail falling in grass with tractor in background.
Scene 9: Car drives at camera seeking shelter from ongoing storm with hail covering ground.
Scenes 10-11: Tight shots of vehicles riding out the storm.
Scene 12: Tight shot of pickup truck being hit with heavy falling hail.
Scenes 13-15: Various shots of heavy falling hail on the ground.
Scene 16: Shot of hail drift next to building.
Scene 17: Post-storm POV of crawling traffic on US-287.
Scene 18: POV shot on US-287 of slow traffic with hail partially covering the road.
Scenes 19-20: Slow traffic on hail-covered US-287.
Scene 21: Shot of cars driving through water on road with hail drift in foreground.
Scene 22: Tight shot of hail drift.
Scene 23: Large puddle of hail in a yard.
Scene 24: POV driving shot along US-287 with hail covering parts of the highway.