our team

Bryce Kintigh

Bryce is a 2007 graduate of Kansas State University with a degree in Geography and Mass Communications. While at KSU, Bryce was President of the K-State Weather Club. In 2018, Bryce finished his Certificate of Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University.  His favorite weather memory would have to be seeing a large wedge tornado with a satellite tornado in 2007. When Bryce isn’t on the road chasing storms, he enjoys spending time with friends, cheering on the Kansas State Wildcats, and traveling. He hopes to visit every National Weather Service radar site in the nation, visiting over 130 thus far. Bryce is a vital part of Forever Chasing by keeping an eye on radar, getting the team to the right place at the right time. He is also our media contact. Bryce can be heard on KAKE-TV in Wichita, KTKA/KSNT-TV in Topeka, as well as numerous radio partners. Follow Bryce on:

Jon Behle

Jon is a Salina, Kansas native and has been chasing storms since 2001. As a child, storms scared Jon. By educating himself and attending Storm Spotter Training, he became more interested and less afraid of intense weather. Jon is a 2006 graduate of Kansas State University with degrees in Mass Communications and Business Science. While at KSU, Jon was the Vice President of the K-State Weather Club. His most memorable weather event would either be the 2009 Aurora, Nebraska chase or the 2008 Courtland, Kansas chase. Jon brings forecasting knowledge to the Forever Chasing team as well as social media expertise. Jon lives in the Kansas City area, and is a die-hard Chiefs and Royals fan. Follow Jon on:

Justin Dean

Justin has been chasing since 2003 and is a 2009 graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University with a degree in Communications, and has won awards from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters for sports and severe weather coverage. His favorite weather memory is from June 20, 2011 in Central Nebraska where he was within mere yards of a tornado. In his free time he enjoys photography, the outdoors, and producing multimedia content. Justin is an essential part of the Forever Chasing team, providing high-quality video to be sold to media outlets. Follow Justin on:

Harrison Sincavage

Harrison Sincavage is a recent Meteorology graduate from Pennsylvania State University’s world-renown program for Atmospheric Sciences.   His research interest include severe convective storms and dual-polarimetric radar.  He loves to geek out by looking at radar images and enjoys traveling whenever possible.  His interest in the atmosphere started at an early age.  Being from Pennsylvania, convective snow sparked an early interest in how the the atmosphere works.  The first tornado Harrison witnessed was near Leoti, Kansas on May 21, 2016.  Ever since, he has been hooked on extreme weather.   Harrison loves to network with others in academia and throughout the Meteorological community.   Follow Harrison on: