Monthly Archives: February 2015


A Short Primer/Catch-All On Chase Ethics and Safety

With the number of chasers and newer chasers at a higher level than ever before, it’s always a good idea to talk the ethics of chasing as well as some general catch-all guidelines to hopefully have everyone generally follow. I don’t want to come across as anything but helpful, as this is oftentimes a topic [...]

By | February 28th, 2015|Storm Chase Topics|0 Comments

Social Media Protips As We Approach Storm Season

It may be snowing outside (or close to it, or maybe not at all depending on where you are in the region) — but we are about to enter March and the beginning of meteorological Spring. And yes, I know we are probably two weeks away from any semblance of that for more than a [...]

By | February 27th, 2015|Storm Chase Topics|0 Comments

Titans Hangout: Titan U, Previewing 2015, and Our Upcoming Winter Storm

With a new winter storm bearing down on us, it’s not soon enough to talk about the upcoming Spring Storm season. I ran the ship solo to talk about the 2015 season, to preview Titan U, and to talk a bit on our upcoming winter storm. Check it all out after the jump! […]

By | February 27th, 2015|Titan News|1 Comment

Winter Storm Impacts Region (2/23/14)

A winter storm is currently impacting the region, giving many snow and ice — creating for some hazardous travel conditions. OKC appears to have settled in the 1 to 3″ range for snow for now,¬†other regions have received somewhat more — but this system is definitely on its way out through this afternoon. […]

By | February 23rd, 2015|Southern Plains Weather, Storm Chasing|0 Comments

Small Winter Storm For Region Tomorrow into Monday

We are eyeing the potential for a small winter storm to affect the region from late tonight into Monday with snow, freezing rain, and sleet all being possible. Right now, snow totals aren’t overly impressive on the models, with totals ranging from 1-3″ across much of the area. Driving wise, the practical impacts will be [...]

By | February 21st, 2015|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments