2022 Storm Chase Videos

Chasing LP Supercells in the Desert! (Beware of Ants) – May 16, 2022

I had such big plans to chase the last 1/2 of May but the atmosphere, had less ambitious plans. Still, a localized event with marginal moisture but plenty of shear presented itself in east-central New Mexico — with supercells possible. I gave it a go and ended up seeing a couple of interesting storms as…

Chasing Down an Oklahoma Twister – Loyal, Oklahoma – May 2, 2022

This tornado formed from a supercell which exploded off of the dryline south of an advancing line of storms. The environment on this day (May 2, 2022) was high end and I managed to intercept this cell near Loyal, OK as it dropped a twister. There is one VERY painful moment in this video which…

Pretty High Based Supercells in the Texas Panhandle – May 1, 2022

You never know how a storm season is going to go, and I thought a string of setups in early May looked like the first truly great multi-day chase experience (it was the only truly great multi-day chase experience for me it turns out haha!). I started this trip with a bit of a long-shot…

Dust Bowl Storm Chasing! – April 22, 2022 Texas Panhandle

My 2022 storm chase season began in the Texas Panhandle on April 22. A trough with strong winds aloft was passing overhead, but that also created strong southerly winds at the surface. With strong drought conditions present, that created a dusty mess of a day which made chasing storms…difficult. Still, despite what I thought were…

Las Vegas Flash Flooding From A Monsoon Storm! August 11, 2022

Tornado Titan Jason Caster is in the southwest documenting the 2022 monsoon season across southern Nevada! Flash flooding during the Southwestern Monsoon is a real danger, especially in urban areas like Las Vegas, NV. Here, a heavy thunderstorm core can create a raging river down city streets incredibly fast. This is exactly what happened on…

May 2nd, 2022 Loyal, Oklahoma Tornado

A tornado touched down mainly in rural areas surrounding the town of Loyal, OK. While the rotation was impressive, the tornado only touched down a few times and never got very strong. Also included in this footage is video from a roof mounted GoPro and a roof mounted 360 GoPro.