Threats of hail across parts of North Texas had residents reaching for creative solutions as large as the Lone Star State to protect their cars.
The storm called for baseball-sized hail to fall Wednesday evening into Thursday, according to WFAA.
To prepare, residents got creative.
They covered their cars using cushions:
When the garage is full and you live in Texas. And they say there is possible Softball size hail, you go REDNECK!! pic.twitter.com/5qlAQUemxX— Sherri VanCampen (@SherriVancampen) April 17, 2019
we heard there was going to be a hail storm and knowing Texas you cant ever be sure, so we gotta follow headass procedures just to make sure we keep the 240 and eg safe 😂 pic.twitter.com/hgGX0FnBdL— fran (@arentulike12) April 17, 2019
Chance of golf ball sized hail in central Texas. Going to do what I can to protect my truck. C'mon Weathertech! pic.twitter.com/5s9EC0jbrm— bulldog (@FloppedEarDog) April 17, 2019
And, naturally, bubble wrap:
When there’s the threat of hail in Texas... pic.twitter.com/JgVmJZZgoA— Bethany Evans (@bethanycevans) April 18, 2019
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