On this day, in 1970, the eastern-central region of Wisconsin saw a rare occurrence of four tornado touchdowns in the span of a day. By rare, we are referring to the abundance of high temperatures and moisture that this state saw on this day in order to promote the development of severe weather. Of the four twisters, the strongest destroyed Outagamie County, being ranked a F3. This particular storm cost over a half million of damage!
Below is a map that shows the tornado tracks of each tornado that touched down on this day in Wisconsin.