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Looking more like snow than hail, the backyard of head volleyball coach Ui Womble is covered with thousands of pieces of hail after a storm on March 25, 2019.

Looking more like snow than hail, the backyard of head volleyball coach Ui Womble is covered with thousands of pieces of hail after a storm on March 25, 2019.

Ui Womble

Looking more like snow than hail, the backyard of head volleyball coach Ui Womble is covered with thousands of pieces of hail after a storm on March 25, 2019.

Ui Womble

Ui Womble

Looking more like snow than hail, the backyard of head volleyball coach Ui Womble is covered with thousands of pieces of hail after a storm on March 25, 2019.

Prachurjya Shreya, Managing Editor

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Less than two weeks after Collin County and surrounding areas experienced an estimated $400 million from a hailstorm, local meteorologists are forecasting a chance of more severe weather Saturday.

Dozens of people on campus suffered damage during the March 25 storm, with social studies teacher Jennifer Nelken wary of what could happen if more severe weather hits.

“It can be very expensive and you may have to use your car insurance and you might have a high deductible that you have to pay and then take your car in,” Nelken said. “So it’s just it’s more of an inconvenience but it also can be very expensive.”

After her car suffered damage two weeks ago, sophomore Sara Aldana has a place in place if needed.

“Parking our cars in the garage,” she said. “Not going out before the storms in the car,”

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