Note the season. Dauntingly, according to the Weather Channel, hail can occur any time of year. If you do live in a hail-heavy region, hail season will depend on your location. Colorado’s hail season, for example, is mid-April to mid-September, whereas Texas’ hail season falls during springtime. It is worth researching your own area to plan as well as you can.
Hail season for Indiana is often fall and spring, but it can occur in the summer too. Hail tends to come with tornadoes or severe thunderstorms which also can cause roof damage. So, roof damage from hail can happen about half of the year. For the Indiana spring hail is mostly occurs from late March through mid-June. And in the fall, we see hail mostly in September and October.