Gilman, WI Tornado

September 2nd, 2002


Gilman WI tornado...F1/F2

The tornado (ranked an F2 at its peak) initially touched down about a mile northwest of Gilman, WI (approximately 5:10 pm) and then moved through Gilman where it blew a roof off of the high school (5:12 pm) and damaged trees...homes... and power lines. The tornado damage in Gilman was ranked as a strong F1.

The tornado then continued intermittently east southeast from Gilman through Chequamegon National Forest. Prior to dissipating, the tornado damaged a house and trees about 7 miles west of Medford. This was somewhere between 5:45 pm and 6 pm. It was here that the tornado produced F2 damage.

The tornado path length was approximately 16 to 17 miles.


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