Robert Edmonds

I have been storm chasing for a decade. I have seen numerous tornadoes and guided people to them. Simply put, I love storm chasing. Uniquely complimenting this passion, I basically build computer weather models for Mars as a NASA research fellow. My everyday job includes the nitty gritty details of weather modeling, few storm chasers & guides have such an in-depth background into weather. I am currently working toward a Ph.D. investigating Martian dust storms. In addition to the Ph.D. I am working toward a second masters in Mechanical Engineering, where I have focused on fluids and computational fluid mechanics. I have recieved an M.S. & B.S. in Astronomy & Astrophysics. As usual, I also am a certified weather spotter with the National Weather Service. Let me put my knowledge and experience to work for you, so that you may encounter the severe weather you want to experience.

E-mail: Stormchaseguide@gmail.com

Role: Tour guide, Director

Tour operator: Chasing.Tours

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