Wisconsin has experienced 39 confirmed tornadoes so far in 2010, according to the National Weather Service Office in Sullivan. This is well above the normal count of 21 tornadoes for the state.
2010 has the third-most tornadoes on record for the state. 62 tornadoes in 2005 is the record, followed by 43 in 1980. 2008 had 38 tornadoes.
The 4 strongest tornadoes this year have been rated EF2 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale. The other 34 tornadoes have been rated EF0 or EF1. No one has been killed by a tornado in the state this year, but people have been injured by them.
Milwaukee County has not had a tornado this year; Waukesha County has had 3; Jefferson County has had 5; Dane County 6. Sheboygan and Racine Counties have had one tornado each in 2010.