Here's something we don't see every day.
I'm nearing the end of Ronald Wright's A Short History of Progress. In the book, Wright points out that the only reason we, humans, have been able to establish our very complex and far-reaching civlizations is that for the past 10,000 years the Earth's weather has been, relatively, stable.
Is that changing?
I can't say, but I can say that hail is not something we see every day here in coastal Maine. It's one of those things that happen that's rare enough to make us stop ... and take pictures.