Physical measurements of hail following the passage of the thunderstorm identified a maximum hail size of 3.9 cm to the west of the array of disdrometer probes. Three of the four probes captured hail impacts with peak bulk concentrations approaching 80 particles s-1 m-2 at the two western-most probe locations. Physical and disdrometer observations indicated that maximum hail sizes decreased from west to east while bulk concentrations increased until an abrupt end in hailfall between the two eastern-most disdrometers. Hailstones along the western side of the swath were primarily defined by clear ice through wet growth processes and were irregular in their shape. Hailstones transitioned to spheroidal shapes with typical alternating clear and opaque (bubble-filled) layers by the western-most disdrometer probe. This presentation will discuss the mobile radar observations and their relation to hail observations at the ground, as well as the characteristics of the measured hailstones.