On May 16 in weather history...

1933 -- The Wabash River at Terre Haute crested 11 feet above flood stage.

1968 -- A tornado skipped for 45 miles from south of Wabash to New Haven, Indiana. Andrews and Huntington were hit. A woman was killed when her mobile home was blown across a highway and demolished. New Haven was hardest hit with 15 homes damaged. Planes were damaged at Wabash Airport.

1996 -- 8" of rain fell in five hours in Paulding County.

2001 -- Hail 1.75" in diameter witnessed one mile southwest of Logansport.


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