ROSELAND, Neb. (KSNB) - Now that the storms are settled for the time being, people in Adams County are looking at their homes for hail damage from the storm Tuesday night.
Hail from Tuesday night's storm broke a window on the side of Christina Davis' house. (Source: Kelsey Dickeson, KSNB)
Christina Davis was driving to her home in Roseland when the hail started.
"Loud pangs on the car. Just really loud. It was just hitting so hard. I kept yelling at my husband, "get in the car, you're going to get hurt,"" Davis said.
It's not obvious on first glance, but Davis' home was pelted by hail Tuesday.
There's roof and siding damage. The hail broke out a window on the side of the house.
The hail also ripped through most of her plants, and her apple tree out front.
"So we got here and there was hail coming down. Next thing I know, my tree was beaten up, my plants were beaten up. We've got some damage on the house," Davis said.
She said it's not the first time her house was hit by hail, and she suspects it won't be the last.
Davis said they've already talked with the insurance company, and are waiting to hear back on cost estimates.