January 1967 Tornado In Wisconsin

“The tornado was given a F4 rating on the Fujita Tornado Ranking Scale. The F4 occurrence was likely small in aerial coverage with the majority of the severe damage being classified as either F2 or F3.

Eight other tornadoes struck Missouri that day with 32 tornadoes in all occurring from Oklahoma to Wisconsin. The Wisconsin tornado is believed to be the farthest north tornado ever recorded in January. Many people will remember that the bad weather continued across Missouri January 25th and 26th with freezing rain and snow following this historic winter tornado outbreak.”

January 24th 1967 F4 Tornado St. Louis County

25 Jan 1967, 1 – The Kansas City Times at Newspapers.com

25 Jan 1967, 1 – Globe-Gazette at Newspapers.com

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