There are three factors that define a severe thunderstorm. Hail 1" or bigger, winds of 58 mph or stronger, and tornadoes.
Good news for us is that no severe thunderstorms have been reported in Northeast Wisconsin so far this year (May 8).
The average date for our first severe weather event is April 17.
It takes just one deadly tornado to make for a horrible severe weather season, so it's very important to have a weather radio to alert you when severe weather hits.
Here are the top three months for tornadoes to occur in Wisconsin:
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