On This Day in Weather History


September 2, 1992:

Severe weather occurred in west central Minnesota. Several tornadoes were reported, 3/4 inch hail, and damaging winds as the storm system passed through Pope, Swift, Stearns, Kandiyohi, Meeker, Brown, and Renville Counties.


September 2, 1996:

Approximately 8 inches of rain fell over 2 1/2 hour period in the Mankato area resulting in flash flooding. Numerous roads were closed, basements flooded and $100,000 of damage from a lightning strike in Lehiller.