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Daily Historical Weather for March 12

In 1993, The Storm of the Century moved up the east coast of the United States. In the wake of the strong storm, strong north winds brought very cold temperatures to Southeast Texas. Houston only reached 50 degrees for a high temperature on this day. In addition to the cool temperatures, tide levels in Galveston were 2 to 4 feet below normal levels.


Daily Historical Weather for March 12

A cluster of severe thunderstorms moved across the southern half of Southeast Texas on this date in 2007. The storms contained winds greater than 60 mph and damaged homes and businesses from Weimer to Needville. Tennis ball sized hail damaged property in Brazoria and golf ball size hail pounded Katy and Houston.


Daily Historical Weather for March 12

A late season cold spell moved into Southeast Texas in 1948. Huntsville recorded a high temperature of only 29 degrees with an overnight low of 19 degrees. Snow showers accompanied the arctic air with 0.3 inches of snow measured at Huntsville.


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