Storm Chasing Draws A Whirl Of Pros, Tourists
The storm comes in fast, a cold downdraft blasting the crowd of people standing on a remote dirt road. Storm chasing has become a full-time business for people. Customers fly into Denver and climb aboard vans fitted with laptops, two-way radios and GPS trackers, all to see the extreme weather that builds along a corridor spanning eastern Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, and the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles.
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