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Daily Historical Weather for July 2

Very heavy rain moved across the southern half of Southeast Texas on July 1st and July 2nd 2010. The rain produced flooding on Buffalo Bayou in Houston and scuttled the planned fireworks show to celebrate Independence Day. The fireworks were launched prematurely (and during the day) due to the rising flood water. The city of Houston received 5.43 inches of rain on this day in 2010.


Daily Historical Weather for July 2

In 1987, downburst winds produced very rough conditions on Lake Livingston which capsized two boats. Three out of four occupants in one boat drowned and the two occupants of the other boat survived. The strong winds also uprooted trees in Polk, San Jacinto, Montgomery and Liberty counties.


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