It's been about a week since six tornadoes ripped across Northeast Wisconsin.
With that count all but finalized, we start to look at this outbreak's place in history.
The six tornadoes in less than 24 hours are tied with for third-most in Northeast Wisconsin's recorded history.
The record-setting outbreak happened just a couple years ago.
On April 10, 2011, 10 tornadoes swept through Northeast Wisconsin, and 15 touched down statewide.
The strongest of these was an EF-3 that hit north of Wausau.
It also included an EF-2 that did millions of dollars in damage in Kaukauna.
That 2011 outbreak is followed by dates in June 2005 and July 1997, when our area saw 7 tornadoes.
Then there's a seven-way tie for third, which is where this August 7's outbreak ranks.
But when you look at the statewide numbers, it really shows our relative lack of tornadic activity compared to other areas of the state.
The biggest outbreak in the history of the state was in August 2005, when 27 tornadoes touched down. Northeast Wisconsin saw 6 of those on that day, as well.
And this past Wednesday's six-- which were the only tornadoes in the state-- don't even crack the top 20.
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