2012 Storm Chase Videos
A brief tornado forms in front of the camera.
As the parent supercell which had produced several tornadoes earlier raced away from us, we stopped for one last look and a timelapse.
A small tornado forms under a rapidly rotating wall cloud in the Texas Panhandle near Abernathy.
This was an excellent chase day late in the 2012 season where we witnessed a beautiful sculpted supercell in Central Oklahoma with a low-contrast tornado towards the end of the chase day.
This pretty supercell was all by itself in NW KS, even prompting a tornado warning, as it moved over the open prairie.
This was a boom or bust day where we got lucky with a beautiful tornado in the very last moments of daylight.
May 19, 2012 was an incredible storm chase day with sweet structure and light in Western Oklahoma.
This was an excellent chase day in NW OK where we chased supercells under a slightly NW flow regime with beautiful structure and tornadoes.
Lightning striking within a mile of you, much less a mile behind you when you are looking at the storm is not a recommended exercise while storm chasing.