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Hail storms hit parts of NSW

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Severe rain and hail storms were battering parts of southern NSW on Sunday afternoon.

Hail fell at Marulan, in the state's southern tablelands, a caller to Macquarie Radio said.

"It's unbelievable chaos down here the rain is so heavy that the hail was just incredible and it's hailed for a good 20 minutes," the caller, Judy, said.

"We were under a tree and we had branches coming off as well. Some of the hail was just pea size but occasionally I'd say that they were golf-ball size."

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