Portal:Weather/On this day/05/04

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May 2[edit]

1982: The Weather Channel went on the air in the United States.

May 3[edit]

Portal:Weather/On this day list/May 3/1

May 4[edit]

1971: Saint-Jean-Vianney, Quebec was partially destroyed in a devastating landslide after weeks of heavy rain. The unscathed parts of the town were subsequently abandoned due to the threat of future landslides.

May 5[edit]

1995: A major hailstorm caused around $1 billion in damage, making it the costliest hailstorm in United States history.

May 6[edit]

1965: A series of violent tornadoes affected the Twin Cities area of Minnesota.

May 7[edit]

1840: The Great Natchez Tornado struck Natchez, Mississippi, killing at least 317 people.