blog & updates

We all remember where we were when traumatic events happen in our lives.  For this chase team, we remember how the day of the Joplin, Missouri EF-5 tornado played out. It started out as a typical May day for Terence, Justin and myself (Bryce).  We decided to target Southeastern Kansas that day and left Wichita just as storms were developing near Fredonia, Kansas.  I recall a dewpoint at or very near 75F at Parsons asRead More
Monday, May 9 2016 looked like a good day for a chase, but work commitments kept us local.  The bigger show appeared to be in Central/Southern Oklahoma, but we couldn’t depart from Wichita until late afternoon. Part of the Forever Chasing team went with the iWeatherNet team into Central Kansas.  Check out their chase log here:  May 8th and 9th Central Plains Storm Chases We dropped south to a severe storm near Blackwell, Oklahoma.  JustRead More

Wray, Colorado Tornado May 7, 2016

Posted on May 8, 2016
Like many May days in Tornado Alley, a chance of severe storms presented itself on Saturday the 7th. We’ve learned over the years that if there’s a chance of severe storms in May, you chase. Let all of the small details work themselves out as the day progresses. Models indicated storms might fire along one of two boundaries draped across Northeast Colorado. Knowing that it was a 5 hour drive to our initial target ofRead More
The first chase of the year, we hooked up with our chase partners at Highways and Hailstones, pre-forecasted our target location of Winfield, Kansas. We didn’t see a major tornado, but what we found near Cedar Vale, Kansas came as quite the surprise. We captured a brief tornado near Cedar Vale, Kansas on Wednesday. #kswx #tornado #stormchasing #stormchaser #kansas #storm #highwaysandhailstones #foreverchasing A video posted by Bryce K (@stormchasrbryce) on Apr 1, 2016 at 8:07amRead More