You are a passenger in an exhilarating ride with stormchasers investigating tornado activity. Stunning cinematography.
Tornados forming on the plains. Taken from the show "Stormchasers: Fury on the plains" on FirstScience.tvDownload in full from: *******firstscience.tv/furyplains.htm
Amazing hurricane shots from the documentary: "Stormchasers: Fury in the skies" available on FirstScience.tv.
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Storm Chaser Inside the Deadly Vortex premier DVD. Join storm chaser Warren Faidley and other stormchasers as they intercept violent tornadoes, lightning, hurricanes and hail stones. Warren Faidley was recently featured on the Discovery Channel 's Risk Takers Show. Visit Warren's homepage at *******www.stormchaser**** to learn more or purchase the new DVD.
Video of a violent, 1/2 mile wide tornado in the Texas Panhandle from the May 15, 2003 tornado outbreak. Watch as TornadoVideos**** stormchasers close to within 100 yards of the monster tornado, and videotape a truck driving through the tornado as it crossed the road in front of them. Two tornadoes were on the ground at the same time with this incredible supercell. Check out TornadoVideos**** for more incredible tornado footage, our state-of-the-art live gps tracker, and breaking weather news.
Hurricane Footage. Selected clips from Hurricane Floyd and Hurricane Katrina.
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All of the footage seen on our productions was shot by award wining photographer and cinematographer Warren Faidley. Mr. Faidley, was the world's first storm chasing journalist. Unlike most "chasers," he pursues all types of severe weather and natural disasters as a full-time occupation. His client list has included: NASCAR, The Weather Channel, Johnson & Johnson, MTV, DuPont, National Geographic, Fox News, CNN and many more.
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A music video using timelapse clouds and storm footage.
May 13 2005 Crowell-Benjamin, TX. Long-Lived HP Supercell.
May 17, 2005 SW Nebraska into SC Nebraska - Linear Storm.
A clip following the development and subsequent damage of hurricane Bertha plus some info about how scientists predict hurricanes.
Taken from "When Nature Strikes Back: Chasing Killer Storms" on FirstScience.tv
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Amazing video of several strong tornadoes in Pawnee to Osage County, OK near dusk on May 1, 2008. Rare video of destructive tornadoes, as storm chasers were calling in the reports to emergency managers. The Storm Chasers were TornadoVideos**** stream unit 1, including Matt CHatelain, Daniel Betten, Curtis McDonald, and Matt Van Every. Check out TornadoVideos**** for live streaming video!
**WARNING!! DO NOT TAKE COVER UNDERNEATH AN OVERPASS WHEN A TORNADO IS APPROACHING!!!*** This video defines the beginning of storm chasing for TornadoVideos****. We knew very little about storm structure or forecasting back then, but we learned fast on May 3, 1999. This video is a great example of how NOT to safely storm chase. Seeking shelter under an overpass is a HUGE mistake, since the winds actually accelerate there when a tornado approaches. Check out TornadoVideos**** for more insane tornado videos, our breaking news blog, and our live GPS tracker.
TornadoVideos**** storm chasers Reed Timmer and Joel Taylor shot this INSANE video of a violent tornado from within 50 yards!!! We had to back up at the last second, and my cell phone fell out on the road and was taken away by the tornado!!