What is Storm Chasing?

Storm chasing to my understanding is defined as the art of being able to predict specific severe weather events and intercept those events in a specified location or near enough to it. When there is the possibility of a storm producing event, using my knowledge of past events I begin to follow what information I have available to see of the meteorological models are telling the truth. The models can change and nothing may eventuate (perhaps the modes may have over-estimated moisture and not much happens).

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