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Summer-like conditions with record temperatures lead to first Wisconsin tornado in February

  • A rare tornado occurred in Wisconsin during February due to warm temperatures and increased moisture, which are typically not conducive to tornado formation in winter.
  • Winter tornadoes in a warming world are expected to be stronger and cause more damage.
  • The tornado in Wisconsin damaged buildings and power lines but there were no significant injuries reported.
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