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No. There is not enough moisture to produce anything but light snow on the Antarctic continent.

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No. Hail occurs in strong thunderstorms, which Antarctica is too cold to get.

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Yes, It did

20 million years ago was the last time it rained

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The phenomenon of hail requires moisture and Antarctica is the driest continent on earth. Ice crystals are more likely to be found there -- more likely than hail.

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