No, but if you're crazy enough to do this then it would be to your advantage to take courses, have the equipment, get your degrees and do it right so you can offer good concrete research. Why waste time just chasing storms if you can't offer some theories on them.
There is no such thing as a storm chasing license. Technically, anyone who is a decent driver can be a storm chaser. However, it is highly recommended that you take storm spotting courses. An education in meterology is also recommended.
Her son is a storm chaser by day and a beer chaser by night.That was the last time anybody ever saw or heard of the storm chaser.
Storm Chaser - EP - was created in 2006.
A storm chaser is a person who seeks out and follows the most intense parts of a storm for the purpose of study, photography, or just plain adrenaline.
Most storm chaser vehicles are ordinary cars and SUVs, made mostly of steel.
No not at all.
storm chaser almost got sold to ariel but didn't and is now jess's
no their is no storm chasing group for thunderstorms
You don't need to take college to become a storm chaser. I do suggest attending a storm spotter class to better understand storms and tornadoes.
A Storm Chaser
Storm chaser is not an occupation, it's a hobby. The only people who get paid to do it are just a few people who are doing research on severe weather.
Meteorologist, Videographer, and Driver
Simple answer is you really don't have to have any qualifications to become a storm chaser. I would suggest that you at least take a storm spotting class so you can better understand storms and tornadoes. Learning all you can won't hurt it will only help you to develop and become a good chaser.
Space Racers - 2014 Space Racer Storm Chaser was released on: USA: 2 May 2014
Most storm chasers, assistant or otherwise, do not get paid at all.
A storm chaser and photographer from Nebraska. His website is www.extremeinstability.com
Twister chasers mesure windspeed with DOW.
July 2nd 1974
You can, but it is difficult. For the vast majority of storm chasers it is a hobby. Only a few storm chasers are actually professional chasers.
to keep people updated on the weather to perpare for storm
you need a lot of expirence
You do not need any education to become a storm chaser. Although you do need the proper training.
Most storm chasers are not paid for their work. In fact, for most it is a great personal expense.