Question: Has Wisconsin ever had a tornado in February?

Has there ever been a tornado in February?

On average, 64 tornadoes occur in the first two months of the year, with 35 occurring in January and 29 in February.

Has there ever been a tornado in Wisconsin in January?

Experiencing a tornado in Wisconsin in January is extremely rare. In fact, it had only happened once between 1950 and 2007, when an F3 tornado affected parts of Green and Rock Counties on January 24, 1967.

What state has the most tornadoes in January February and March?

The state with the highest number of strong tornadoes per unit area is Oklahoma. States such as Oklahoma and Kansas have much lower population densities than Florida, so tornadoes may go unreported.

Which state has the most tornadoes?

Here are the 10 states with the highest numbers of tornadoes:

  • Texas (155)
  • Kansas (96)
  • Florida (66)
  • Oklahoma (62)
  • Nebraska (57)
  • Illinois (54)
  • Colorado (53)
  • Iowa (51)

How many tornadoes hit Iowa on January 24 1967 and what was the highest tornado rating?

An extremely rare winter outbreak of 30 tornadoes broke out across the Midwest on January 24, 1967 with 13 of them in Iowa, nine in Missouri, seven in Illinois, and one in Wisconsin.

January 24 event.

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Location N of De Kalb
County Buchanan
Time (UTC) 1750
Path length 6.1 miles (9.8 km)

How many tornadoes Does Wisconsin have a year?

MADISON (WKOW) — Based on 30 year data from the National Weather Service Green Bay, Wisconsin averages 23 tornadoes per year.