Colorado is known for lots of snow and lots of hills. Yesterday it rained all day, turning into freezing rain by the evening. The roads were covered in ice. Overnight and this morning it snowed. In my experience, snow covered icy roads are the most difficult to drive on. 18 inches of snow fell in […]
There’s a term in storm chasing called “Colorado Magic”. Colorado Magic refers to Colorado’s unique ability to produce tornados in less than favorable conditions – such as mediocre CAPE and weak shear – in the middle of August. While most storm chasers think the chase season ends in early June, the reality is that tornados […]
We created a new logo for Severe Videos. We felt like the old logo focused too much on tornadoes. Since Severe Videos includes all types of severe events including fires, winter weather, and bad drivers, it was time to overhaul the logo to remove the emphasis on tornadoes. The new logo embodies the “severe” part […]
I’ve been wanting to stream my chases live for a while now, and I have some good news. My live stream is up and running! I teamed up with Severe Studios to broadcast my live stream for me. You can view the live stream at severevideos.com/live. I will live stream any time I am actively […]
I took my 5 year old boys storm chasing today, and it was the best bust day ever! I started in Las Animas, CO. While everybody else was chasing the TOR WAR storm near near Lamar, I went south on 109 after what looked like a good cell. One other spotter network dot did the […]
It should come as no surprise that storm chasers do not eat well while chasing storms. Storm chasers will often chase for up to 18 hours at a time non-stop. During the chase, chasers don’t have time to eat good food. Usually lunch and dinner is whatever we can find at a gas station. Often […]
Our video shot on March 29, 2016 of a 20 acre grass fire in Colorado Springs, CO was featured in The Gazette. The full news story can be found here.