Every one of our storm chase tours vehicle is outfitted with at least one radio which covers many bands including all NOAA weather radio transmissions!
We always have redundant Doppler radar back up! Below are screen shots of a tornadic supercell we intercepted in Cherry County, Nebraska.
StormLab Supercharged 4.1
With an unparalleled 100% tornado/funnel success rate during the 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Storm Chasing Tours season, we know how to get you to the storms! We are able to do this year after year by not only the best forecasting but also because we use the latest tools and technology available!
The radar screen capture above is from our main nexrad level 2 service and allows us to see what a storm is doing with very fine detail! This storm was producing an EF-4 wedge tornado and a classic "debris ball" and can be seen right at the bottom end of the "hook echo"
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Alongside real meteorologists, severe weather experts and and forecasters, our technology plays a key role in severe weather forecasting. Some of our technology and a few of our tools include:
If you combine our experience, the technology that we use and our tornado and funnel success rate, it is easy to see why more people choose us over other tour companies! Click here to book your tour today!
We also have full cellular, CDMA and satellite connections!
We also have access and use the latest raw data from various weather models to forecast where the best possible location is going to be to see tornadoes and severe weather!
As seen below from our Doppler Radar Package StormLab, allows us to see REAL TIME what a storm is doing and exactly where we need to be to get the tornado! With our technology we never miss a tornado watch or tornado warning while storm chasing!
All of our Tornado Tours and Storm Chasing Tours vehicles are equipped with the latest mobile weather radar technology including Radar Scope, REAL TIME Doppler and Nexrad Radar via Stormlab, and GRlevel 2 and 3!
We continually monitor National Weather Service broadcasts and storm conditions using our state of the art radio systems. And since many of our stormchasing guides and drivers are HAM operators, we are able to hear "LIVE" storm reports as they happen!