During the summer, thunderstorms usually occur. When warm air collides with cooler air, it can push the rain up into the clouds, causing it to freeze and form what we know as hail. There are other ways that hail forms, but this is the one most related to the time of year that you are referring to.
Even though it’s hot during summer time, temperatures can be below freezing in summer’s thunderstorm clouds. Hail forms in storm updrafts until the stones become heavy enough to reach Earth’s surface.
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