Deadly Wisconsin storm produced 83-mile long tornado track

Deadly Wisconsin storm produced 83-mile long tornado track
WCCO via CNN

The tornado that tore through Western Wisconsin on May 16 is one of the longest tracked tornadoes to ever occur in Wisconsin, according to a National Weather Service report.

The tornado, which killed one person and injured 25, touched down at 5:42 p.m. CT and was on the ground until 7:06 p.m. CT, traveling 83 miles.

The National Weather Service said the tornado reached EF-3 strength, with winds around 140 mph, near the Village of Conrath in Rusk County.

The storm caused about $10 million in damage across four counties, according to WCCO TV.