2011 Storm Chase Videos

This was the most maxed out day I’ve ever chased

There’s not much else you can say about May 24, 2011 except that every index you look for to get tornadoes on the Southern Plains was at or near max levels. Deservedly, the Storm Prediction Center issued a high risk for this day, and the results bore out the absolutely incredibly maxed out atmosphere from…

Fall Tornadoes! November 7, 2011 Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak (Vertical)

*Originally posted on IG* A collection of some tornado shots from the November 7, 2011 outbreak in SW Oklahoma. Tornadoes include the Tipton, OK EF4 tornado, the Manitou EF2, the Saddle Mountain wedge, and the Ft. Cobb multi-vortex monster at sunset. This was one of the all-time greatest fall chase days, you always expect greatness…

June 19, 2011 Storm Chase | Tornadic Supercell in N Kansas

Have you ever been so out of position that you were actually in position? That was our chase on June 19, 2011 as we traversed over 150 miles to catch up to a rapidly developing supercell in NC Kansas which eventually produced a baby tornado.

May 24, 2011 Storm Chase | Violent Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak!

May 24, 2011 is one day we’ll remember forever. The atmosphere was absolutely locked and loaded for a huge day with parameters on the high end of the space. We targeted Central Oklahoma and ended up witnessing multiple strong/violent tornadoes.

April 14, 2011 Storm Chase | Monster Tushka, OK EF3 Tornado

This was the chase that changed a lot of how we do things. We made the mistake of being north of a tornado’s path (aka to the left) and it almost cost us a vehicle at the very least. This tornado was a wedge then giant multi-vortex as it came into the town of Tushka,…

March 19, 2011 Storm Chase | Western Oklahoma Bustola

Early season gambles don’t always pay off. This early season chase day was an attempt to make something out of pretty much nothing. We got nothing. Oooooooops. This was also one of the last chases in the old Explorer.