We ended up traveling southeast to make a play on a tornadic supercell which had passed through the La Crosse area and was headed the Appleton/Oshkosh area. We ended up intercepting the cell and witnessing a wall cloud near Fremont, WI. The cell was becoming HP and another HP cell was right behind it, along with dark setting in, we decided to call it a night. The fun wasn't over though...We were essentially "chased" southward by each following cell which ended up becoming tornado warned and produced tornadoes. At one point there was a large rain wrapped tornado reported within a few miles to our north on the road we had just traveled on. Besides the storms making it an interesting ride back home, a large amount of construction on roads in this part of the state made for a headache.
Even though we missed a few tornadoes, I'll consider it a decent chase day given it was in Central Wisconsin.
Some pictures from this chase can be viewed below.