Sure we've had some weird weather around here recently, but it's nothing compared to the incredible storm that ripped through South Dakota this week.

According to the Rapid City Journal, a brief but intense hailstorm on Tuesday night dropped as much as 4 inches of pellets on along a highway south of Rapid City.

It was so bad snowplows had to be called out to clear the road. Thankfully it's South Dakota so they did have a few plows handy.

As you can see in the picture below, the area was then shrouded in heavy fog as the hail was melting.

Could have been worse, I suppose. Could have been baseball-sized hailstones.