While there were some gems in May, it was slim pickings for much of the month. What does early June have in store?
It’s always hard to say goodbye.
It’s one tough state to crack as a chaser.
Only a handful of tornadoes reach EF4 status or greater per year. Fewer last for 90 minutes.
When it comes to seeking tornadoes, it doesn’t take much to mess up a setup.
It was our 8th day in a row of chasing. Not an amazing one, but we managed.
You can’t make chasing all about tornadoes if you want to have a good time.
This is one of the reasons a chasecationer tends to like the smaller threat days best.
Tornado threats in the Plains in late May? Yeah, not a big surprise, but today and Friday are showing good tornado potential before a weaker pattern sets up for next week.
Extreme instability and a boundary combined to create a monster tornado that churned for well over an hour.
With more than 65 years of tornado records, we have a good idea of when activity is most and least likely.
There’s no place like “home.”