More Confirmed Tornados From December 15th Storms
Sunday, December 26th, 2021 -- 11:35 AM
Two more tornadoes were confirmed during the rare December 15th storms that occurred in Wisconsin.
According to the National Weather Service, around 9:33 an EF1 tornado briefly touched down west of Greenwood here in Clark County. The track only lasted around a quarter of a mile. However, it did remove the roof of a barn, destroyed a power pole, pole shed, and damaged several trees. This joins two other tornadoes, both rated an EF2, that touched down in Clark County. Another EF1 tornado happened south of Osseo. It crossed the Trempealeau/Jackson County line and traveled around 2.7 miles within three minutes. It ended just before hitting I-94. This tornado damaged some homes and trees.
In total, 8 tornadoes have been confirmed during those storms. There was another in Trempealeau, Eau Claire, and Chippewa. The Chippewa was also an EF2 tornado and that was the one that caused massive damage in Stanley. The Eau Claire County and Trempealeau County tornadoes were rated EF0. For a full rundown of all of Wisconsin’s tornadoes during Dec. 15′s historic storm, you can visit the National Weather Service website
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