Sunday's hailstorm hit the Suttle Lake area with large hailstones; Steve Coats said this one was even larger before it began to melt
Thunderstorms are hit-or-miss affairs, as was this intense storm photographed by Melissa Landberg
Another handful of hailstones from the Spring River area south of Sunriver
Monday evening hail prompted Steve Mitchell to grab a quarter for comparison
Dazzling sunsets draw the eye (and lens) after thunderstorms rumble through the High Desert
Post-storm beauty in a sunset from Bend's Overturf Park
Much of Central Oregon didn't see impacts from Sunday's thunderstorms, but the view to the west of Redmond was beautiful
After the storm passes, there are beautiful sights to behold, as Scott Red photographed in Bend Monday evening
Melissa Waltjen decided to dance amid the hail pelting her Prineville lawn Sunday
Melissa Waltjen displayed for husband Lance how large the hail falling Sunday in Prineville was
Hail fell from a storm in the Sisters area Monday evening
Marble-sized hail pelted the La Pine area from a strong thunderstorm Sunday afternoon
Casey Lewis photographed 'tail end of storm passing through sisters area around 7:30' p.m. Monday.
An example of the large hail that fell at Suttle Lake and on Hwy. 20 drivers east of Santiam Pass Sunday
Dramatic skies as storms moved through could be seen Sunday from Bend's north end
Prineville got its hailstorm around 7 p.m. on Sunday
Stormy weather can make for dramatic sunsets, as in this view Sunday from Bend's Pilot Butte by Nessa Covington
Allison Fahlgren writes, "This was taken at my home in Prineville on Sunday. The hail was huge! It even had a chance to melt a little in the heat before I was brave enough to go outside!"
Kit Tosello caught this image Sunday evening from near the Sisters Airport, looking southwest.
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