Rare hail storm hits California’s Napa Valley

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A rare storm in California produced marble-sized hail, that kept on coming.

When all was said and done Friday night, hail was piled up in parts of Napa two inches deep.

Children were even seen making snow angels in it.

The storm left behind ice-covered roads, and left some residents without power.

It comes less than five weeks after the area was hit with a magnitude 6.0 earthquake.

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