This date marks the time of winds at night. This follows from the literary structure of the time of winds. There is 1 day of wind, which is a modern 30 day period, followed by a night of wind. It is that night time of wind that begins on this date. Those winds last for 15 modern calendar days.
13And Moses lifted up his staff over the land of Egypt, and Yahvah brought an east wind on the land all that day and all that night; and when it was morning, the east wind brought the locusts.
Well formed about a day ahead of theoretical, Cyclone Hamish hovered off the coast of Australia for the better part of 5 days, bringing heavy rain and flooding to coastal areas.
The Cyclone continued the pattern of the "plague of winds" fulfilling in and around Australia. This was in keeping with the Pope's visit to Australia as a prophetic marker for the fulfillment venue.
Hamish was first expected to make landfall along the eastern coast of Australia but it took an unexpected turn to the east, so the outer reaches of the cyclone dropped heavy rain along the coast, but the eye never struck land.
NASA had some dramatic photos as well, showing the eye movement down along the eastern coast of Australia.
By March 11 there was a report of a ship, the Pacific Adventurer, having lost 31 containers in heavy seas caused by Hamish. One of the containers eventually struck the ship itself causing a massive oil leak. Initial reports were of 30 tonnes of fuel, but eventually 250 tonnes were reported lost from the ship.
The oil spill became a major environmental disaster. By March 15 the captain of the ship had been ordered not to leave the area as legal action was pending.
This Cyclone continued the pattern of winds fulfilling in Australia. The oil from the tanker, which covered beaches in black residue, appears to be the fulfillment of the "night" component of this story.
The text for the date was mild, with only about 1 verse, and so was the fulfillment.