Storm Chasing team from the upper Midwest
Welcome to 2019 folks, I have been hard at work covering winter storms, flooding and the regular full time job. Now we are fast approaching the 2019 severe season. We have a week plus in May planned out for our group (most of them) to chase storms where ever they may be(hopefully across the plains). I will be spending an additional week out chasing as I have planned for 2 weeks of chasing with my vacation (chasecation). 2018 brought quite a bit of severe weather for all of us with some pretty huge busts as well. Kansas for four of our members, and then New Mexico, though they did get to see a great LP supercell. The 2018 season included 16 tornadoes plus seen by our chasers. We also met some new friends, Tom T, Brian N, Scott S, Tim V, Joe S, just to name a few. We also have joined forces with SVL and we are learning that side of chasing. They have been a great help to get our footage out there. We can’t wait to get back out there and chase for our passions. Stay safe everyone and enjoy everything that is to come.
2019 Chase Season
Season is Near
This marks our 2nd season as a storm chasing team. We chase for not only the thrill and excitement but also to help those be warned early, and to assist people in need. Our team has many years of experience behind them and will be providing this page as well as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube with many images, video and live streams. We are also now offering Twitch streams by some to provide an easy way to enjoy live storm chasing. When we are active, we will have a pop up on this site to have easy access to the live stream(s). Starting the 2nd week in May we will also be doing a chasecation for several members of the team. After a slower 2018 tornado season, we are looking forward to a 2019 season that will no doubt be thrilling to see. We met many new people in 2018 and we also have joined forces with SVL Media to try and get some of our footage out to the national media outlets. So watch for us on many of the national news places like, The Weather Channel, ABC's Good Morning America, ABC News, CBS News, Etc. Hope you all enjoy our content and have a great season.
2018 Year in Review video
Video by: Corey Bull