I’ve never seen this before.


A stalk of corn encased in ice from Pampa, Texas, Nov. 16, 2015. ( Johnny Goodson via Facebook )

The thunderstorm that spawned the monster EF-3 tornado that walloped Pampa, Tex. Monday night lofted a corn stalk thousands of feet into the air where it was transformed into the nucleus or core for a deformed hailstone.

[Large, EF-3 tornado narrowly misses Texas towns in spring-like outbreak]

The violent up and down vertical motions inside the storm added layer upon layer of ice around the corn until it became so heavy it crashed back to the ground.

Johnny Goodson of Pampa discovered and photographed the corn stalk-caked hail and shared on Facebook.

Mind blown.