Welcome to Titan U

Titan U was originally founded in 2011 as a learning resource for storm enthusiasts. In 2015, the effort was expanded with the goal of teaching weather to anyone who might be interested with the emphasis still on people at the entry and intermediate levels of learning. We hope you enjoy these guides. 

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Storm Chasing is Dangerous

Storm chasing is a dangerous and potentially fatal activity. Anyone attempting to observe storms may suffer personal injury or property damages. Usage of these materials is not meant to replace official storm spotter training.

Storm Season 101

Learn All the basics about storm season in our foundational course.

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Storm Chase Cases

Go from forecast to chasing the storm and get the inside scoop on critical decisions and forecast strategies in this new series of Titan U videos.

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Storm Anatomy

Storm Anatomy Diagrams are one of our favorite features in Titan U. These videos literally diagram storm structure and discuss how the structure informs storm behavior. Check them out!

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Weather FAQs

A place where your burning weather questions get answered! We add to this list each month with a new question that we answer from a list of questions submitted to us on social media.

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Learn About Forecasting

Intro to Weather Models

Want to learn more about how to forecast storms via weather models?

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Basics of Hodographs

Hodographs are a quite underutilized tool for storm chasers. Here’s why.

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Skew-Ts Introduction

Ever wondered how to read Skew-T charts? This course is for you!

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Storm Chase Targets

Learn the basics of how storm chasers select targets for storm days.

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Titan U Digital Asset Library

Visit our online library of digital assets for use on non-commercial projects! This resource was created with weather educators specifically in mind. Our database of photos and videos is free to use within the confines of the license agreement!

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