Twin tornadoes filmed near Cherokee, OK. A classic hand-off on a high-end Great Plains event.

That storm chase when one tornado at a time wasn’t nearly enough, so the storm produced multiple sets of twins. This set of twin tornadoes occured on a high-end classic Great Plains tornado outbreak. The tornado in the back was in the process of weakening while the tornado in the foreground was just establishing. This…

North Texas Supercell and Tornado Threat (April 8, 2024)

After we’re done with the eclipse the team is jetting west towards supercell development on the triple point. The tornado threat should rise into the evening. There’s an enhanced risk today, mainly for gigantic hail (4 inches or larger) — but there is an appreciable tornado risk in North Texas. We’re expecting to be on…

Oklahoma Dryline Chase: Will Small Supercells Do Big Things? (April 6, 2024)

We’re live today in the Southern 1/2 of Oklahoma as a dryline advances east into an increasingly moist and unstable airmass. Today, there’s a low chance of a tornado if you can get a supercell established off of the dryline. With near 60 dewpoints racing north into the target area, we think that is very…

LIVE STORM CHASING: Oklahoma Tornado Threat (March 24, 2024)

It’s early season chase time here in Oklahoma with a tornado threat along a sharpening dryline and a powerful storm system moving onto the Southern Plains. This is going to be a busy day today with fast storm motions and a chance of highly visible tornadoes if things can come together. We can only know…

Live Storm Chase: Kicking off the Cobwebs (March 20, 2024)

We’re in Central/Northern Oklahoma today looking for some marginally severe storms on this marginal risk. Damaging winds, hail, and even a brief tornado cannot be ruled out.

The monsoon season in the western U.S. is a bit early and should get off to a fast start!

If you live in the Western US, the monsoon season [...]