UNDATED -- The largest single-day tornado outbreak in Minnesota history happened on June 17th, 2010 with 48 tornadoes across the state.

This outbreak would set the stage for a record-breaking tornado year in Minnesota that finished with 113 tornadoes, the most of any state in the US that year.

There were three EF-4 tornadoes and four EF-3 tornadoes in Minnesota.

A total of 74 tornadoes occurred across the Northern Plains.

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