Northwest Arkansas Storm Chasing

  1. A video from our chase in southwest Oklahoma, where Josh Artman documented a high-precipitation supercell, that at many times exhibited wall clouds, although it did not produce a tornado.
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  2. A video from our chase near Viola, Kansas, where Josh Artman and Brendon Lindsey documented two tornadoes on 5/19/13, underneath a supercell that exhibited both low precipitation characteristics, and high precipitation characteristics during its lifetime.
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  3. A rope tornado that Josh Artman and James Hilger documented near Severy, Kansas on 5/10/14 around sunset. This rope tornado had some amazing motion on it as it touched down briefly before dissipating!

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  4. A time lapse of the beautiful low precipitation supercell that James Hilger and Josh Artman documented near Severy, Kansas on 5/10/14. This supercell went on to produce a brief rope tornado near sunset. This was the second supercell of the day as it trained behind another low precipitation supercell before it, which can be found here ( vimeo.com/104471624 ). Amazing Structure!

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  5. A short time-lapse of a supercell we documented near Floydada, Texas on 6/7/14 in the Panhandle. This thing went from high-precipitation structure to low-precipitation structure throughout its lifecycle, dropping global size hail that damaged our chase vehicle earlier on in the chase. We witnessed several wall clouds cycle in under the base, but ultimately it could not produce a tornado.

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Northwest Arkansas Storm Chasing

Northwest Arkansas Storm Chasing

Founded in 2008, Northwest Arkansas Storm Chasing is dedicated to chasing, reporting, and documenting some of the wildest weather the atmosphere can produce, all while providing the public with relevant severe weather information, via social media, and…


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Founded in 2008, Northwest Arkansas Storm Chasing is dedicated to chasing, reporting, and documenting some of the wildest weather the atmosphere can produce, all while providing the public with relevant severe weather information, via social media, and our blog, before severe weather occurs, in order to promote safety, and a weather aware community. We strive to provide our followers with a professional, educational, and entertaining experience, that rivals any other experience out there. Our team has years of combined forecasting, storm chasing, and professional news media experience. We hope that you enjoy the work that we do, just as much as we enjoy the work that we do.

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