20 Acre Fire Threatens Homes and a School in Colorado Springs, CO on March 29, 2016

On Tuesday, March 29, 2016, a 20 acre grass fire spread rapidly threatening hundreds of residents in homes and apartments. Nazarene Bible College was also threatened as flames reached the parking lot of the college, just a few yards from nearby buildings. The fire burned near the intersection of S Academy Blvd and Fountain Blvd. […]

2017 Bad Drivers Compilation

*** No wrecks or injuries *** Here’s what I caught on my dashcam in 2017: 6 cars running red lights 3 cars passing illegaly (1 car was caught twice!) 4 people making bad and illegal turns 2 bad lane changes that almost result in accidents 1 illegal merge 2 people going WAY over the speed […]

2017 Solar Eclipse

2017 Solar Eclipse from Ravenna, NE

Adorable 6 Year Olds Explain Storm Clouds

My adorable 6 year old boys explaining what they are seeing in the storm clouds west of Goodland, KS this evening.

Amazing Display of Lightning!

I have never seen lightning fire this fast before. Video captured in Colorado Springs on July 28, 2016 near the Colorado Springs Airport. This storm produced 3″ tennis ball sized hail and strong winds. It also knocked out power to southeastern Colorado Springs.

August Tornado!

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 […]

Blizzard Aftermath

Rolled over cars, collapsed buildings under construction, and a huge snow boulder. It’s all featured in this video of the blizzard aftermath from Monument, Colorado and Colorado Springs, CO. Recorded March 24, 2017.

Bomb Cyclone – Worst Blizzard in 37 Years Hits Colorado on March 13, 2019

* Emergency Radio Communications Included in Video * A “Bomb Cyclone” is an especially severe blizzard defined as a drop in pressure of 24 millibar or more in 24 hours. The Bomb Cyclone that hit Colorado on March 13, 2019 resulted in Category 2 Hurricane Force Winds (96 mph+) and whiteout conditions. Visibility on the […]

Daniel Shaw’s Subway Eating Habits

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 […]

Hail Covered Road – 6″ on I-25

Driving south on I-25 on Saturday, May 9th, 2015. I was trying to catch up with a tornado that had just touched down in Hanover, CO. Suddenly a large amount of pea sized hail came down and covered the road. I estimate about 6″ of hail was on the road.

Hail Storm Aftermath – May 7, 2015 – Colorado Springs, CO

This is the aftermath of a hail storm that left 8 inches of hail on the road and shut down I-25 and numerous side roads for hours until snow plows could come through and clear the roads. The piles of hail you see on the side of the road took 2 days to melt. This […]