Widely scattered thunderstorms developed on May 10, 2014 as an upper level disturbance interacted with a surface boundary draped across southern Indiana. One of the storms was a prodigious hailer as it moved through the Indiana side of the Louisville metro. Fortunately most of the hail was small, but there certainly was a lot of it! Areas along the Floyd/Clark county line got the worst of the storm.
From Brian Bell just southwest of Sellersburg:
From Wayne Little in New Albany: