In this photo provided by the Amarillo/Potter/Randall Office of Emergency Management shows Potter County firefighter Matt Dryden standing next to a wall of hail Wednesday, April 11, 2012 in near Amarillo, Texas. National Weather Service Meteorologist Justyn Jackson said Thursday that hail that fell amid a rainstorm the day before was real small but there was a lot of it in a concentrated area, accumulating 2- to 4-feet deep.
In this Wednesday, April 11, 2012 photo provided by the Amarillo/Potter/Randall Office of Emergency Management a motorist sits in a truck partially buried in slushy hail near Amarillo, Texas.
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