• Storm Chasing HandbookThe Definitive Storm Chasing Bible
    You probably came to StormChase.com because severe weather fascinates you and captures your imagination. There is a strong chance that you’re looking for information about chasing storms. If so, you’re in luck because we have it! But, there is one offline resource you should definitely read, the Storm Chasing Handbook by Tim Vasquez. The Storm Chasing Handbook by Tim Vasquez has been an invaluable resource to thousands of storm chasers over the past 20-years. This book is of great […]
  • simla colorado tornadoWhy Do Storm Chasers Chase Tornadoes?
    Storm chasers have their individual reasons why they began chasing storms. Most have had a life-long interest in severe weather. All share a commonality, a passion for storm chasing. Storm chasing is the pursuit of severe weather regardless of motive. Some people stereotype storm chasers as being “adrenaline junkies” who only chase storms to get a natural high. While that might be true for a small number of storm chasers, nothing could be further from the truth for most storm […]
  • Lightning is a risk when storm chasingThe Risks Associated with Storm Chasing
    Storm chasing is the pursuit of severe storms, regardless of motive. A chase can be as simple as following a storm near the town a storm chaser resides in. Or, it can be as complex as driving across several states. Like most activities, storm chasing includes associated risks. Mitigation of such risks will increase overall safety through knowledge, preparation, and making good decisions. Is Storm Chasing Dangerous? The honest and simple answer is yes, storm chasing is dangerous. It involves a […]


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