The best part of living in Albuquerque for storm chasing is getting the random marginal risk storm chases on your way out to your main target the next day. These chase days are quickly becoming a favorite part of my residency out in the desert, because they always find a way to give me a…
Join me for a field test day of new equipment and a marginal risk of severe storms in New Mexico!
Storms are going to be explosive again today with giant hail, very damaging winds, and perhaps a tornado or two across Texas. Our current target is Central Texas once again. Join us for today’s live storm chase!
Tomorrow: A significant risk of tornadoes, with some strong tornadoes [...]
Storm chasing is often thought of as a pursuit of tornadoes and awe-inspiring storm structures, but what if success in storm chasing was something different? In this (hopefully) thought-provoking video, I challenge the traditional ideas of storm chasing success and delve into what it really means to be successful in this exhilarating hobby. Through my…
By June, it was becoming painfully apparent that the season in the Central and Southern Plains was not long for this world. Weather models held little promise of any major severe weather setups, with only meager flow forecast beyond the first week of June. It was the worst case scenario for the season, which had…
I had such big plans to chase the last 1/2 [...]
It has been quite awhile since we’ve put together a [...]
This tornado formed from a supercell which exploded off of [...]
The first 'big' risk of the day I was able [...]