The higher this cloud belt, the larger the hailstone will be. This hail is formed during a summer storm and cannot be compared to winter hail, which is actually supercooled rain (frozen raindrops.)
Often this comes down in the form of dust hail.

During a thunderstorm, there is a large potential difference between the earth and the cloud, which gives rise to a lightning bolt (discharge).
There is no noticeable difference in potential with winter hail.


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