Thanks for visiting! I'm a year-round storm chaser and photographer covering St. Louis, the Midwest, the Great Plains and beyond. I've spent weeks on the road for the last 25 years, driving thousands of miles in all types of weather, and plan to do it for as long as I'm able. My goal is to capture nature's dramatic side, and in doing so, provide visitors to this site with educational information and exciting photography/video about severe storms and extreme weather. I specialize in capturing imagery and video of tornadoes, lightning, St. Louis, MO and the Gateway Arch, storms and all types of extreme weather. I also sell fine art prints of my work via my photo gallery.
Quick Links to Popular Pages and Recent Events
25 Years of Storm Chasing: 2017 is my 25th year of storm chasing. See my favorite images from each of those years! Read More >
20 Years on the Web: This site turned 20 years old in October of 2015! Here's a history of the site and a look at its old designs throughout the past 2 decades. Read More >
I have all of my storm chasing imagery, video and and accounts organized by year and by category in my chase logs section. You can also browse images in the photo gallery section and videos in the stock footage section of the site. My video collection can also be viewed on the Youtube channel.
The longest-running section of this site is the Extreme Weather Educational Library section, containing numerous articles about lightning, storms, severe weather and related phenomena.
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An active winter season continues on two fronts in the Midwest: winter thunderstorms and icy roads. Here is a list of the events covered, along with a summary of the photos and videos captured:
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