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Lightning strikes near Laurel

Lightning strikes near Laurel as a storm moves through the area as seen from Grand Avenue and 88th Street West on Monday evening.

Billings appeared to avoid the worst of the thunderstorm with the potential to drop ping pong ball-sized hail. 

The National Weather Service issued a series of severe thunderstorm warnings as a storm advanced east, roughly tracking along I-90.

Billings received heavy rainfall, but social media users from the Laurel area posted pictures and videos of hail with diameters as large as a half-dollar. 

Billings appeared to avoid the worst of a thunderstorm with the potential to drop ping pong ball-sized hail Monday night. 

The National Weather Service issued a series of severe thunderstorm warnings as a storm advanced east, roughly tracking along I-90.

The warnings continued for Hardin and much of the Crow Reservation until about 9:15 p.m.

A different severe storm advanced toward Hysham on a similar timeline.

Billings received heavy rainfall, but social media users from the Laurel area posted pictures and videos of hail with diameters as large as a half-dollar. 

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Hail

Hail southeast of Laurel from Monday evening's storm.

The possibility for further severe storms remained Monday night, especially across Eastern Montana. A storm watch is in effect until 1 a.m. Tuesday. 

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