websites? post your storm and tornado websites

I'd like to see more of stormchasers' websites. Post your websites along with brief descriptions. Look forward to seeing more pictures, video clips, accounts and more.
My site Storm Satori (satori is the Japanese word for enlightenment and aha wonder) contains educational themes, storm humor, photos/videp clips, favorite links, video and photographic information, storm phenomenon, information about the tornado simulation for the Annenburg foundation that I created several years ago, my storm accounts, earth-space related pages and much more with links to astronomical webpages as well.
The internet is the greatest thing since "sliced bread." Wish I had it when I was younger but I will take it now. If you have any links related to these topics post them or let me know as well.

Eric Flescher ([email protected]),Olathe, KS -Storm Satori- <http://members.aol.com/kcstormguy/stormsatori/stormsatori.htm> :idea:
 
SE Nebraska Storm Chasing

Here's my website:

http://www.geocities.com/ljkosch55/index.html

The title of the website is Storm Chasing in SE Nebraska. It's about storm chasing in Southeast Nebraska. It's mostly pictures of storms and a series of pictures relating to the Waverly wallcloud on June 13, 2004. I have a guest page that storm chasers that don't have access to web pages can have their pictures uploaded and put on a page for them.

8) LJK
 
www.jsquaredweather.com

General weather website growing rapidly with several new features on the verge of being implemented as well as chat and forum for weather lovers, with a strong chase emphasis. Operated by myself and storm chaser Jacki Earnest, also a member of stormtrack. Features chase briefs of the 2004 season, and we are adding the archives from chases in 2002 and 2003 by individual members. Photo album with 100+ photos from the 2004 season alone under construction.
 
My site is making its return after a year-long haitus next week. The URL's changed, but the site is the same. It's only updated through 2003 (text only), so don't expect anything new for a while - but I will be doing full updates throughout the Summer, to include 2003 images and 2004 images & text.

It should be up and running no later than this coming Monday.

http://www.passiontwist.us
 
TEXHOMA AMATEUR STORMCHASERS

http://www.texhomastormchasers.com

T.A.S.C. TEXHOMA AMATEUR STORM CHASERS: T.A.S.C. CELEBRATES 12 YEARS OF STORMCHASING! THIS CHASE SEASON IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF LESTER A. WRIGHT
HERE YOU WILL GET UPDATED WEATHER INFO FOR WESTERN NORTH TEXAS & SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA AS WELL AS SEE PICS OF NATURES RAW POWER & BEAUTY.
NOTE: DURING TIMES OF SEVERE WEATHER IN THE AREA THE T.A.S.C. CHASE TEAM MAY BE OUT CHASING STORMS SO SOME DATA MAY NOT BE UPDATED OR PROVIDED ON THIS SITE IN THOSE SITUATIONS. YOU SHOULD NOT RELY ON PERSONAL WEBSITES FOR UP TO THE MINUTE SEVERE WEATHER COVERAGE. IT IS MUCH SAFER TO RELY ON LOCAL TV & CABLE PROVIDERS OR LISTEN TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO.
Disclaimer: Storm chasing is serious business! In order to chase safely you must have an understanding of severe weather and it's behavior. Our team members have spent years studying the conditions that produce severe weather and avoid placing themselves in harm's way. Please take time to educate yourself and your loved ones on proper precautions in the event that severe weather strikes your area. The best way to learn to chase responsibly and safely is to find an experienced chaser willing to teach you the ropes. At the very least educate yourself about the science behind severe weather. Learn to recognize the signals the sky will send you. Contact your local NWS office for more information on Skywarn Spotter training. This volunteer effort provides vital information to the local Forecast Office during severe weather events.
TO ACCESS THE 2002 & 2001 STORM REPORTS FOR TEXHOMA GO TO THE FIRE IN THE SKY WEBSITE at http://www.fireinthesky.freeservers.com
T.A.S.C. ALSO HAS T-SHIRTS CAPS MUGC MOUSE PADS ETC. NOW AVAILABLE. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE OR CHECK OUT THESE ITEMS CLICK HERE.
 
http://www.weathergal.com

I put up the main shell of the site and a few chase reports BUT I am no where near finished with it. I have a ton of chases I still need to update and images I need to grab off the camera.

I'm hoping by the fall I will have it completed and up to date with this year and last years chases and images.
 
http://www.geocities.com/jlahowetz/

These are all great webpages! I just started mine. There will be a picture gallery, some chase accounts, and possibly a section for my meteorology and climatology papers. I will probably add a chaser resource area including some of these fine webpages.
 
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