Severe Weather Browser with ultra-high resolution composite radar data and live lightning strikes

Track Severe Storms: The StormNet® Severe Weather Browser

Dallas Cam Storm Chasers Live Storm Reports Rainfall Totals Lightning With the StormNet® Severe Weather Browser, you can animate up to 8 hours of rapid-refresh high-resolution composite radar, overlay live lightning strikes, convective watches (severe/tornado), warnings & clickable weather alert polygons, wind gusts, and more. Tips if radar data fail to load ➤ Try the […]

January 21-23rd Tornado Outbreak Second Largest on Record in Southeast U.S.

On January 21-23rd, 2017, a rare, multifaceted severe weather outbreak occurred across the Deep South and southeastern United States. 80 tornadoes occurred over the three day span of the outbreak, of which several were strong (EF-2 to EF-3 strength), long-track tornadoes. This tornado outbreak was the second largest outbreak on record in the southeastern United States. […]

Active Storm Cell Visualization and Statistics

Dallas Cam Storm Chasers Live Storm Reports Rainfall Totals Lightning Disclaimer: This visualization is experimental and for informational purposes only. Storm-cell characteristics are algorithmically determined and are not human-issued warnings. False positives may occur. Life and death decisions should not be made using these data. For radar and official warnings, use the Severe Weather Browser […]

U.S. Tornado Count in 2016 Slightly Below the Annual Average

The year of 2016, there were a total of 1,059 tornadoes across the U.S. (with the month of May, 2016 having some of the more photogenic tornadoes). How does this compare to other years? According to the 2005-2015 tornado climatology, there was an average of 1,402 tornadoes across the nation. Tornado activity for 2016 was below the 2005-2015 average.  Each […]

Recent Severe Thunderstorm Characteristics & Statistical Analyses Tool

 Educational Archive DFW Weather Records  Atlanta Weather Records  Active Storm Cell Visualization With this tool, you can search any date or range of dates, to display all of the official storm reports within your desired range in an interactive graphical format. Once your data are displayed, you can glean great insight about the temporal and […]

Remembering the May 21-26, 2011 Tornado Outbreak

From May 21st to May 26th, 2011, destructive tornadoes tore through the Great Plains, impacting thousands of people and leaving billions of dollars in damage in its wake. During this time period, there were 241 total tornadoes, including two EF-5, three EF-4, eight EF-3, thirty-one EF-2, eighty-six EF-1, and one hundred [and] ten EF-0 tornadoes. […]

May 8th and 9th Central Plains Storm Chases

A multi-day dryline setup was in place across the central Plains on Sunday, May 8th; and Monday, May 9th, respectively. Observed conditions from radiosonde, or weather balloon, launches, indicated an environment conducive for widespread severe thunderstorms was starting to filter into the central Kansas and central Oklahoma region. Important to any storm chase is to […]

Forecast sounding for Fort Worth valid 7pm CDT April 26, 2016

DFW: Severe thunderstorms possible Tuesday Evening 4/26

I typically do not share model data because they can be very complex. I do want to show one of the state-of-the-art programs that I use in my operations to analyze model-simulated soundings. The models do not automatically compute these data; the additional software turns the raw output into meaningful information. At least one of […]

Live stream video from storm chasers

Storm Chasers Broadcasting Live – Watch Now!

Dallas Cam Storm Chasers Live Storm Reports Rainfall Totals Lightning During periods of severe weather, storm chasers tend to converge on the predicted region, devise their strategy, and hit the road in pursuit of convective development unmatched in variety and intensity anywhere in the world. The United States is home to the most spectacular supercells, […]

Atlanta: Thunderstorms and Heavy Rain Tomorrow (Sun 11/23)

For the past week, the global numerical prediction models, including the GFS and ECMWF, have hinted at the potential of a negatively tilted trough digging into the Southeast. They have consistently indicated a strong area of low pressure across the Arklatex propagating off to the northeast into Missouri and Kentucky.  Ahead of the low, an […]