I meant to post this thread last winter to help with the offseason boredom but I forgot so I am posting it now before I forget again. I managed to document what I believe one of the weakest tornadoes ever on July 8, 2020 in central Minnnesota. This was the same day as the Dalton/Ashby EF4 but after that tornado lifted. I can't remember if it was the same storm that produced the EF4 or a different one but either way, it wasn't far from where the violent tornado had just occurred. This one occurred near Vining, MN. The wall cloud was spinning pretty good and it seemed like another decent tornado was imminent. Unfortunately, the best it could muster up was a very weak, brief, partially condensed tornado before the wall cloud fell apart. See the video I have of it so you can see how pathetic it was. It got me thinking, what's the weakest tornado you've ever documented?