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Tornado Alley
WeatherHolidays Blog
Welcome to WeatherHolidays - part of After many years of running storm and lightning chasing tours to the USA through the website we've now given the holidays their own home on the web - we hope you like the site, all the photos on here are from recent trips & more holiday types, photos & footage will be on the way soon.
Storm Chasing In The USA - Tornado Alley
Every year since 2007 we have taken tour groups to the USA during the spring - the main storm season in Tornado Alley. Guests on the tours have seen countless severe storms, supercells and tornadoes - the 2014 tours are selling out fast so if you're interested in finding out more about them - click here today.
Successful Storm Chasing - Why WeatherHolidays?
There are many storm chasing companies out there, so what sets us apart? The key to a weather related holiday is that you get to see the weather as it happens - of course it's never possible to guarantee the weather but we have an amazing track record of getting our tour groups close to the action. All of the photos and video on this site are from recent tours, we also live stream the storm chasing as it happens (tornado alley trips only), so unlike many others we can back up our claims with evidence for all to see!
Tornado Alley
Some comments from our guests:
Thanks to amazing foresight and predicition by Paul, we saw EVERY notable storm of the day, from the three supercells to the lenghty squall line! HUGE credit must be given to him for that, in which we out chased pretty much every chaser in the area, including TIV 2!

Anyone who reads this MUST come here on a netweather tour next year - the expression you only live once got me here, and its the best decision I've made in a hell of a long time, if ever!

Big thanks to everyone involved, especially Paul S, Tom, Ian, and the guests on tour 2. There really is nowhere in the world I would rather be than chasing on the plains with Netweather. Going back next year and I can't wait!

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