This day in weather history for March 2...

- In 1988...Thunderstorms produced severe weather in the south central U.S. A tornado at Baton Rouge LA injured two persons, and another tornado caused five million dollars damage at the airport in Lafayette LA.

- In 1990...22 ships were trapped by ice in the worst ice jam in the Gulf of St. Lawrence in 10 years. The ice was 23 feet thick.

- In 1999...Thunderstorms moved across Western Kentucky during the afternoon. A short lived funnel cloud was observed in Marshall KY and a house fire was started by lightning in Paducah KY.

 

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