Chris Sanner

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About Chris Sanner

Co-Founder of TornadoTitans.com, extreme weather journalist, filmmaker, award-winning photographer. Lives in Oklahoma City with my wife and beautiful pets.

Ice Storm Likely To Impact Region (January 13-15, 2017)

We can start removing some doubt in the language about the likelihood of an ice storm impacting the region this weekend. The exact locations for heaviest icing are not locked in fully yet. However, what is locked in is that there will be a significant ice storm in the region [...]

By | January 11th, 2017|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

Is the Ice Man Coming for You in the Southern Plains? (January 13-14 Winter Storm Update)

When it comes to forecasting a mixed winter precipitation mode in the Southern Plains, we ask only that you give your local weather guy a break this week. I can guarantee you they’re drinking tons of coffee and Red Bull and probably even using their best mystical tricks to gaze [...]

By | January 10th, 2017|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

January 6, 2017 Oklahoma Snowstorm

The January 6, 2017 Oklahoma Snowstorm dumped up to 5″ of snow in the region. The heaviest totals occured along the I-40 corridor in Western Oklahoma. Here in Central Oklahoma, we saw snow totals of 2-4″ on average. I covered the event with KOCO throughout the morning and evening rush hour [...]

By | January 7th, 2017|Storm Chasing|0 Comments

Severe Weather Possible Today – July 28, 2016

Looks like NW flow aloft is back on the menu with some severe weather chances across the region into this evening and overnight. This afternoon and evening, storms should fire across NE CO and NW KS. These initial storms could be supercells with large hail and a tornado possible. […]

By | July 28th, 2016|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

Stormy Week Ahead for the Southern Plains… (July 25, 2016)

As the ridge of high pressure abates across the region this week, temperatures are coming down and humidity is coming up. On top of that, storm chances will be on the rise as several small atmospheric disturbances work their way around the region. This all leads up to a hot, muggy, and stormy week ahead. [...]

By | July 25th, 2016|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

Monsoon Day Four: More Storms!

When it comes to monsoon storm photography we have the whole ‘find storms in the daytime’ thing down pat. Yesterday Eugene Thieszen, Brandon Goforth, and myself all spent some time around Sedona, AZ watching storms bubble in the distance and hoping that we’d see them propagate towards us through the afternoon. […]

By | July 25th, 2016|Storm Chasing|0 Comments