As a meteorologist, and lifelong weather geek (and especially a severe weather geek), I do storm chase from time to time. I chase on my own time, as a private citizen (i.e. not for any official or research purpose). I only chase once or twice per year, but when I do, I will try to put down my thoughts and analysis on a particular chase. Logs from a few of my recent storm chases are linked below.
|April 15, 2016||Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles||Classic supercell (in terms of both morphology and just textbook appearance and behavior) which produced three tornadoes.|
|May 9, 2016 (coming soon)||Norman, OK||Low-Precipitation Supercell|
|May 24, 2016 (coming soon)||Southwest Kansas||Classic supercell which produced multiple tornadoes, including an EF3 tornado near Dodge City, KS.|