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10 reasons why you should spend $2.500+ on a storm chasing tour

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:...
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The distances you cover while chasing storms

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...
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Tips on how to afford a storm chasing trip

I often encourage people to try out storm chasing, both my friends and family as well as people I talk with over social media. Especially when I post promotions and try to encourage my followers to take the step and book a tour I often get replies like “I really would like to go storm...
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Counting tornadoes – which do you count (and not)?

Earlier this year I started a thread on StormTrack about how to count tornadoes seen. I have a spreadsheet on my computer where I list the tornadoes I have seen, for my own personal sake and nothing else. I usually don’t post or brag about how many tornadoes I have seen but I do find...
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Chase season 2018

June 17th was not really a chase day as we had to drive all the way back to Denver. Eastern Colorado did however seem to be some promising for storms and SPC put a 2% on it. Later on they moved that towards southern Kansas and after some actual forecasting we never chased it as...
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Choosing the best seat in a storm chasing vehicle

I have just finished a thorough investigation of all the tour companies on this website (that offers scheduled chase tours) and was positively surprised to realize that every single tour company nowadays have a window seat guarantee! Historically, this has not always been the case and with some tour companies you could risk ending up...
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Why do I chase storms?

The three most common questions I get when I tell people I chase storms are: Isn’t it dangerous?, How? and Why? The first one I usually respond with: “Yes, a little bit but not much more dangerous than skiing”. The second, How?, I usually explain like in my previous blog post. The last one, the...
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How do I chase storms?

One of the most common questions I get regarding storm chasing is How I actually chase them. People may ask if I go to a specific place, if I plan my flights from Sweden according to the weather or if I just drive around and look. Neither is correct but the confusion is quite understandable...
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Peoples reaction to storm chasing

When I tell people I chase storms I usually get five types of reactions: What? Why?! Wow! What? How?! Cool, but isn’t it dangerous? OMG! I have been wanting to do that since I was a X years old!! Ok, but you stay safe you hear!? The first ones (“What? Why?!“) are the people who...
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2015 chase season starting (for me)

It’s finally time for my highly anticipated trip to the USA and my start of the 2015 chase season! Tomorrow morning I am finally leaving for Tulsa and the start of my chase. The last couple of weeks have been quite busy for me so I haven’t been able to study as much as last...
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