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Storm Chasing USA provides you with unbiased information, reviews and comments of storm chasing tours . You can easily compare prices, reviews and read experiences from other storm chasing tour guests. We keep you updated with the latest tours and provide you with lots of articles of things you may need to know before you book your storm chasing tour.

Storm chasing (also referred to as tornado chasing tours, tornado safaris or storm safaris) with organized tours is a rapidly growing tourism industry where experienced storm chasers guide adventurers and tourists to amazing severe weather. The hunt for tornadoes, super cells, hail, lightning etc goes all over the midwestern states of USA. The tours are usually between 5-10 days in order to maximize your chances of seeing Mother Nature in her worst mood.

Storm Chasing usually takes place in the spring, around May-June, but you can go chasing in April and July as well. The tour could take you from the Rocky Mountains in the West to the East coast and from the Mexican border in the South up to the Canadian border in the North. The nature of weather makes it impossible to know where you will be any given day.

StormChasingUSA.com will help you towards an experience of a lifetime, that will become truly addicting. StormChasingUSA.com is not a Tour company, we just provide the information about the tour companies and their tours.

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If you are new to storm chasing you may want to read up a little bit about what storm chasing really means or why you should go storm chasing in the first place!

When you have gotten excited about storm chasing and want to look further into prices, booking etc. you may want to start by reading what to consider before you book your storm chasing tour and then start looking for storm chasing tours the coming season.

Our recommendation is to choose 1-3 tours or tour operators that you believe will be suitable for your needs and look them up further. Compare their prices and offerings and select one. When you have booked a tour make sure you check out our recommended pack list and advices before you book your flight.

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Who's running StormChasingUSA?

christoffer My name is Christoffer Björkwall and storm chasing is my greatest passion in life. I am a Swedish storm chaser specialized in storm chasing tours.

Since 2009 I have chased with 10 different tour companies and thus have a knowledge about the storm chasing tour companies like no other in the world.

I have been featured in USA Today, national Swedish media such as Sveriges Radio P3 "Morgonpasset", Expressen, Kvällsposten, Café Magazine and Nyheter24.se.

I live in Skanör in the southernmost tip of Sweden with my fiancée and two kids. We get very few thunderstorms here but I try to chase for water spouts in the summer.

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Latest blog posts from StormChasingUSA

Day 10: Worst. Hobby. Ever.

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 23, 2024

Day 10 was our last chase day and we once again woke up in San Angelo, TX, and this morning we knew we would not be in a rush as the storms would be firing along the TX/OK border a few hours north of us. It was close to 90 degrees F (~33 degrees C) […]

Day 9: Out of reach of tornadoes in Texas

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 22, 2024

We woke up in Wichita and the forecast had shifted the area further south than anticipated so we had to cancel the restaurant breakfast to get into central Texas in time. Once again we found ourselves racing towards getting into position in time with the usual gas stop food and snacks for lunch. The last […]

Day 8: Why we were not in Iowa

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 21, 2024

I believe this Tuesday was marked down as a risk day already as a “Day 5” in SPC (I may be mistaken) but all parameters pointed early on as this was going to be a day of great potential for long-lived strong tornadoes. The main issue was however that the storms were likely to be […]

Day 7: Possible tornado after dark

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 20, 2024

Once again we woke up to a 5% tornado risk, and in one of my favorite regions in Tornado Alley, northwest Kansas/east Colorado. I have been quite lucky in that general area before and it offers amazing visibility. The road network could sometimes be a hassle but considering how flat the landscape is, I once […]

Day 6: Too early, too late

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 19, 2024

Starting off in Pueblo, Colorado in the morning our target for the day was central Kansas. The SPC had put a Moderate risk for the area, but only 5% tornado risk as the general threat was wind. The initiation of storms were not supposed to be until later in the afternoon but the storms fired […]

Day 5: Great Sand Dunes, Colorado

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 18, 2024

This was our second down day but the possible chances of thunderstorms were in Colorado so that’s where we headed. The couple of days afterwards should be active in Kansas so we were mainly positioning for those days ahead. It feels good that we will have some active days ahead! The drive up on I-25 […]

Day 4: Carlsbad Caverns

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 17, 2024

If I look at my chase trip as a football game, we just went into halftime break now, with two down days coming up. The first half has been pretty ok with supercells and rotating wall clouds but we have been far from a tornado (no storm we have been on has been tornado warned, […]

Day 3: Messy supercells in Texas

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 16, 2024

My jetlag is not really letting go of me and I woke up at 4:30 AM. This was in fact a bit convenient because I had an interview scheduled with a UK based journalist from USA Today who are making an article about storm chasing. So, I started off the day with responding to questions […]

Day 2: Underneath a rotating wall cloud

By StormChasingUSA.com | May 15, 2024

I woke up early (why is jetlag always worst the second day?!) only to realize we had been having a 7th passenger in the vehicle yesterday! Buried between two toes I had a tic. This was just 24 hours after Peter’s morning briefing about safety and spraying your feet with bug spray to avoid‚Ķtics. Yuck. […]