Storm Highway by Dan Robinson
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The Storm Highway Storm Tracking Vehicle

January 2005 - After nearly 5 years and 194,000 miles of service, the Storm Highway Ford Ranger truck has been retired. Replacing the Ranger is a brand-new 2005 Ford Freestyle SUV/wagon crossover.

Our vehicles have traveled tens of thousands of miles every year to bring back the pictures and video you see on the Storm Highway web site. Just as the Ranger was, the new Freestyle is a mobile weather observatory and communications center - equipped with instrumentation for measuring temperature and wind speed, computer-based realtime doppler radar and warning info via satellite, wireless internet, a dash-mounted video camera, scanner, CB radio, and cell phone. We have the ability to feed video to television networks directly from the vehicle from any major city or at any location where internet access is available.

Look for the Storm Highway car on the road on stormy days in West Virginia and wherever a big weather story is taking shape....from Lubbock, Texas to Raleigh, North Carolina and beyond. Locally, the car can be seen on filming assignments for The Weather Channel during any active weather (rain, snow, fog).

Here is a list of just a few of the places we've traveled for weather events in the past 3 years:

Kansas City, Missouri
Childress, Texas
Louisville, Kentucky
Salina, Kansas
Altus, Oklahoma
Jefferson City, Missouri
Evansville, Indiana
Dayton, Ohio
Raleigh, North Carolina
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Chillicothe, Ohio
Lubbock, Texas
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Arkadelphia, Arkansas
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Cambridge, Ohio
St. Louis, Missouri
Elk City, Oklahoma
Washington, North Carolina
Lexington, Kentucky
Pampa, Texas
Wichita, Kansas
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Jackson, Ohio
Abilene, Texas
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Dodge City, Kansas
Rolla, Missouri
Lawton, Oklahoma
Morehead, Kentucky
Portsmouth, Ohio
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
New Castle, Indiana
Mount Vernon, Illinois
Little Rock, Arkansas
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Marietta, Ohio
Springfield, Missouri
Wichita Falls, Texas
Topeka, Kansas

At home in the Mountain State, you'll often see the Storm Highway car (sometimes late at night) in the following locations during stormy weather and rare sky-related events such as Northern Lights, meteor showers and eclipses:

Charleston, WV
Fayetteville, WV
Beckley, WV
Parkersburg, WV
Huntington, WV
Ripley, WV
Buffalo, WV
Alum Creek, WV
Elkview, WV
Amma, WV
Teays Valley, WV
Point Pleasant, WV
Winfield, WV
St. Albans, WV
Dunbar, WV
Kenova, WV
Summersville, WV
Clendenin, WV
Montgomery, WV
Gauley Bridge, WV
Hurricane, WV
Pax, WV
Standard, WV
Barboursville, WV
Kanawha City, WV
Sissonville, WV
Ravenswood, WV

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