Hail usually forms at heights of 50,000 feet or higher.
A hailstone starts off as a frozen raindrop or ice crystal. As the hailstone encounters different forms of moisture as it moves downward, it accumulates layers of frozen ice particles on the surface. Check out the link for an animation of hail formation.
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