Storm Chasing Tornado Tours Now With 100% Money Back Guarantee

Published January 6, 2014 by Warren Faidley in Storm Chasing Tours

Hello everyone and welcome to chase year 2014. The start of the severe weather season is just a few weeks away, when Gulf moisture streams northward under cold winter air and strong jet streams. As for the regular chase season, it begins in mid-April in the Southern Plains. It’s during this time that people will begin traveling to the Plains as storm chasing tourists, attempting to witness tornadoes and severe weather. This year, I am offering a 100% money back guarantee. If you reserve a chase date, and we cancel the chase due to the lack of severe weather, you […]

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Top Five U.S. coastal cities overdue for a major hurricane strike

Published August 6, 2013 by Warren Faidley in Hurricanes

(Picture) Hurricane Gustav strikes Gulfport, MS on September 1, 2008 As U.S. coastal communities begin their yearly “watch and “wait” for tropical cyclone activity, here is my 2013 list of the top five major cities overdue for a major hurricane strike. (No particular order of risk ranking). 1: Corpus Christi, Texas. (Population 307,953*). The last hurricane to substantially impact Corpus Christi was Bret in 1999 and the damage was minimal. With no recent major hurricane to “test” the city, all bets are off on the damage potential, but a substantial storm surge is quite possible. 2: Tampa, Florida. (Population 346,037). […]

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Storm Chasers Killed in El Reno – What Happened?

Published July 10, 2013 by Warren Faidley in Storm Chasing News & Ethics - My Opinions, Uncategorized

I’ve received countless inquires about the specifics leading up to the tragic events in which multiple storm chasers lost their lives while chasing a tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma. Skip Talbot, an experienced storm chaser has put together an excellent presentation concerning the events of May 31, 2013 when three experienced chasers (and one amateur storm chaser) were killed during a record setting EF5 tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma. (2.6 mile wide tornado is a record width). In addition, a crew from The Weather Channel was also injured when they drove their “Tornado Hunt” SUV into the path of a […]

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Warren Faidley – Best Selling Storm Chaser Autobiography Now Available As An E-book

Published June 8, 2013 by Warren Faidley in Chase-Related Equipment and Services, Uncategorized

I get a lot of questions about how storm chasing use to be. My best-selling book Storm Chaser — A Lifelong Quest to Find the Perfect Storm is now available through Amazon as an e-book. So grab a cold glass of lemonade on a hot summer day and enjoy a book the New York Times called a “Quick but lingering read.” It was originally published by the Weather Channel and went through multiple printings. It’s $9.99 for an instant download copy. Grab it here!

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