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Daily Historical Weather for May 2

In 2000, numerous severe thunderstorms produced widespread damage across Southeast Texas. Strong winds destroyed several planes and hangars at Clover Field in Pearland and the NOAA P-3 research aircraft was damaged at Scholes Field in Galveston. Baseball sized hail in Conroe destroyed over a thousand automobiles and damaged homes and businesses. Total damages across Southeast Texas from these storms totaled $25 million dollars.


Daily Historical Weather for May 2

A fast moving squall line in 1993 produced a 98 mph wind gust at Scholes Field in Galveston. Two airplanes and three hangars were destroyed. Over 64 apartment complexes and businesses suffered damage and 200,000 people were without power.


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