|Tour Company||Tour||Chase days||Start date||End date||Original price||Price NOW (Discount)|
|StormGroup Chasers||Tour #6||7||June 17th||June 23rd||$1.850||Negotiable!|
|Storm Chasing Adventure Tours||Tour #7||6||June 2nd||June 8th||$2.700||$2.100($600)|
|Storm Chasing Adventure Tours||Tour #2||6||May 26th||June 1st||$2.600||$2.400($200)|
|Storm Chasing Adventure Tours||Tour #5||6||June 9th||June 15th||$2.700||$2.500($200)|
* If you book both seats the price is $1.500 per person //Â ** Discount is valid with voucher code "STORMCHASINGUSA" only //Â The content of this table is subject to change and may not be 100% updated and accurate. // Additional discounts may apply. See "Deals & Discounts" section for more information and other deals.
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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.
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Valid until: 2019-08-01
Description: You get a $50 discount on ALL 2019 tours offered by Tempest Tours if you provide the voucher code "STORMCHASINGUSA" on your registration form when you book your tour at https://www.tempesttours.com/storm-chasing-tours/.
Discount applies to: All available tours by Tempest Tours
Discount code: STORMCHASINGUSA
Valid until: 2019-07-01
Description: Storm Chasing Adventure Tours have a discounts up to $600 on all remaining tours. Check out StormChasing.com to see the discount for each tour. Discounts can be combined with the STORMCHASINGUSA voucher code for an additional $100 discount!
Discount applies to: All available tours by Storm Chasing Adventure Tours
Valid until: 2019-08-01
Description: Use the discount code stormchasingusa171 and get a 200 Euro when you chase with Extreme Nature Tours.
Discount applies to: All available tours by Extreme Nature Tours
This weekend in general and today (May 20th) in particular has been the major conversation on social media for quite some time now and the potential seems to be as anticipated: Extreme! SPC just issued a High Risk for today along with a 30% hatched tornado risk for the day, which is on par with the most […]
This season will not be my 10th but it has been 10 years since I started chasing. In fact, when I leave on June 5th it will be the 10 year anniversary of my first tornado. As a tribute to this I decided to share my 10 most memorable storm chasing moments ever. 10. Driving […]
Nick Drieschman is the owner of Extreme Tornado Tours – one of the largest and most well-known tornado chasing tour companies in the business. He is not only a great storm chaser and photographer but also next up in line for my series of interviews with storm chasing tour company owners and tour guides. Where […]
There are a whole lot you can do if you have $2.500+ and, for many, you don’t just have that kind of money lying around waiting to be spent. So, why on earth would you take that hard earned, taxed money and spend it on a storm chasing tour? Let me give you 10 reasons: […]
I listened sporadically to an old episode of “Tornado Talk” last month while cleaning my son’s room to help soothe the anticipation for the upcoming storm season (only 2 months left for me now!). In the episode they talked with Kim Cross about her book “What stands in a storm”. I didn’t pay that much attention to it but […]
Peter Wharton is something as unusual as a non-american running a tour group in the States: StormGroup Chasers. His tours are unusual in many ways as well as he doesn’t run them as a company, they are completely non-profit but more of a gathering of friends chasing storms together. You live in New Zealand. What […]
Yesterday, I calculated the “Tornado Capital of USA” to be Diggins, MO, based on the average latitude and longitude of all tornadoes between 1950 to 2017. This got some attention on Twitter and one comment I got was if I could make the same calculation but grouped by year instead so here you go! The […]
I have been a web developer for 10 years but recently started looking into Machine Learning and Data Mining and as such I wanted to dig into some data that would be fun to investigate – so off course I chose the tornado data from SPC to see what I could find. In that 6 Mb+ […]
I often underestimate the distances you have to travel to get in position for a storm or, more commonly, to get to “that other storm on radar”. It is easy to look at a radar map or US map and see that storms will develop two states away and think: “Hey, we should driver over […]