These are individual clips you'll find in the collections above, plus some others from years past.

For The 2 Month Anniversary of Hurricane Ike's Landfall In Texas, Fox26 Houston Invited Us On.



CN8 - Philadelphia - April 2008
Hurricane Preparation Special (we're at 4:40 in)
Watch It.


FOX13 - Tampa Bay - April 2008
Hurricane Prep Story
Watch It.

WESH - Orlando - April 2008
Boys & Girls Club Visit
Watch It.


UNC-TV NC Statewide - June 2007
NC Now - Hurricane Prep Story
Watch It.



Energizer Plan. Prepare. Protect. Tips
National Hurricane Conference
On YouTube. Watch It.


FOX13 - Tampa Bay - June 2007
Hurricane Prep Story
Watch It.



KMOV - St. Louis - May 2007
Disaster Prep Story
Watch It.



Bill & Joel Show - Atlanta - July 2007
Disaster Prep Interview
Listen to It.



NHC Director
Hurricane Hunter Visit
Watch It.


We visited over 30 cities across the country during a "satellite media tour"
on April 4th, 2007 from the National Hurricane Conference in New Orleans.
The clips below are from a few of those visits...



WJBK - Detroit
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



CN8P - Philadelphia
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



WLOX - Biloxi
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



WGHP - Greensboro/High Point
National Hurricane Conference
Watch It.



WINK - Fort Meyers
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



WGNO - New Orleans
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



WDSU - New Orleans (1)
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



WDSU -New Orleans (2)
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



WTVT - Tampa
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



WTSP - Tampa
National Hurricane Conference

Watch It.



Good New Broadcast - New York
National Hurricane Conference

Listen to It.


These are clips from various news appearances, storms and news specials.



News 14 Carolina
Red Cross Hurricane Expo

We discuss our hurricane center communications from the
field from SET2 & data gathering with SET1
Watch It.

You can see News-14's entire story on their site too.



NBC-17 Hurricane Special
June 1, 2006

We talked about the dangers of flooding and
how we approach documenting storms.
Watch It.

You can see NBC-17's web stories here and here.

Fox News Channel - Hurricane Wilma
October 23, 2005

Greta Van Susteren takes a tour of the
truck in Naples.
See it here.



Fox News Channel - Hurricane Wilma
October 21, 2005

Julie Banderas gets a look at our technology
in Naples.
See it here.



Severe Thunderstorm Damage
May 25, 2006

Trees and powerlines came down over a
wide area.
See it here.



Building Implosion.
May 7, 2006
We had a building implosion in our base, Raleigh NC. See it here.


For the 1st day of hurricane season, we were on the radio too...

We talked about preparedness, seasons past and
what could happen this year.
Hear part 1 here.
Hear part 2 here.



Hurricane Wilma - WebVideo Report
October 21, 2005

John Van Pelt and Danny Musten show our
gear in Naples.
See it here.



Hurricane Wilma
October 22-24, 2005

Hurricane Wilma rakes across South Florida -
we were in Naples.
See it here.



CBS Evening News - Hurricane Ophelia
September 14, 2005

John Van Pelt comments on Ophelia's trek
toward the NC coast.
See it here.



Hurricane Ophelia Damage
September 15, 2005

Hurricane Ophelia's damage could have been much worse if the track had held. It looks like sound side surge hurt more than wind in most areas.
See it here.



NBC-17 Hurricane Special
August 15, 2005

John Van Pelt recounts 2004's Hurricane Charley experience & demos new gear on the
Suburban during the one hour special.
See it here.


MSNBC - Space Shuttle Return to Flight
July 12-14, 2005

Sean McLaughlin invited us to monitor
weather for the coverage
See it here.


NBC-17 News
August 30, 2005


Dan Musten and John Van Pelt talk about new
modes of 'HAM' radio communication for the
National Hurricane Center during hurricanes.
See it here. See the web story on NBC-17's site here



Storms Down Powerlines
June 14, 2005

Power poles and lines came down,
with major damage. NO injuiries.
See it here.



NBC Weather Plus - Hurricane Dennis
July 10, 2005

John Van Pelt reports for NBC Weather Plus
in Foley Alabama
See it here.


News 14 at The Home Depot
June 11, 2005

News 14 Carolina came out to the Home Depot
Event, too.
See it here.



NBC-17 at The Home Depot
June 11, 2005

NBC-17 did a report on the Home Depot
Hurricane Prep Event.
See it here.


NBC-17 Hurricane Special
May 28, 2004

NBC-17 featured us in the show.
See it here.



John Van Pelt on News 14
June 10, 2005

John Van Pelt talked about the
Home Depot Hurricane Prep Event.
See it here.


WB22 News at 10
Flash Flood Story

WB22 covers expected flash flooding
in the Triangle.
See it here.



WTVD-11 - Severe Weather Special
May, 2003

NBC-17 featured us in the show.
See it here.


Severe Weather Awareness Week 2002

WB22's Bob Vernon features StormStudy on
"tornado day" during severe weather awareness week.
See it here.



Hurricane Floyd

Hurricane Floyd struck North Carolina in September 15th-16th, 1999. This is a
short clip of flooding aftermath in Raleigh and Nashville, North Carolina.


Big Snow in 2000!

On January 24th-25th, a totally unprecedented snow storm hit North Carolina. In Raleigh, the official snow total was 20.3 inches; a record breaking storm had struck.
Here's a brief look at that snowfall.



StormStudy on NBC-17

During the 4th winter storm of Winter 99-00, StormStudy project lead, John Van Pelt, appeared on
InDepth on NBC-17 WNCN, Raleigh, North Carolina, to talk about StormStudy & Skywarn.



Skywarn on NBC-17

For Severe Weather Awareness Week, NBC-17's Emily Byrd does a great Severe Thunderstorm story. Central Carolina Skywarn's Emergency Coordinator, Thomas Babb is featured.



StormStudy on NewsChannel 11 ABC

After a quick line of storms moved through
the Triangle, StormStudy project lead,
John Van Pelt,
appeared on WTVD, Durham, North Carolina,
to talk about StormStudy & Skywarn.


Photos

We've been a lot of places and seen LOTS of serious weather. Here are some of our before, during and after shots.


Storm Education Team Suburban Truckcam

This photo updates from the StormStudy Truck every minute See it here.



Storm Education Team visited Riegelwood, NC on November 17, 2006 to document the F3 tornado aftermath from the day before

We saw major damage from the F3 that killed 8 See more here.



Storm Education Team members went to Kansas on Memorial Day Weekend 2004 to document a predicted tornado super outbreak...

We saw four tornadoes that day including a half mile wide F3 See them here.



Storm Education Team members documented Hurricane Alex's Landfall in Haterras Village, NC in 2004.

We saw the surge cover Highway 12 and plenty of damgae See it here.



Storm Education Team members documented Hurricane Charley's Landfall near Punta Gorda, FL, in 2004.

We had 133 MPH winds and major damage See it here.



Storm Education Team members documented Hurricane Ivan's Landfall in Gulf Shores, Alabama in 2004.

We saw frightening storm surge and major damage See it here.



In 2005, Storm Education Team members documented Hurricane Ophelia's Effects in Coastal North Carolina

We saw some wind damage and sound side storm surge. See it here.



Tropical Depression Alberto moved through central NC on July 14th, 2006, dropping nearly 8 inches of rain in a few hours.

The flooding was the worst in Raleigh, NC since 1973. See some of the inundation here.

StormStudy Photos from 2000-2002

Ice Storm 2002

From a physical damage standpoint, this was the worst natural disaster in N.C. since hurricane Floyd. At the peak of the storm's damage, over 1.2 million North Carolinians were without power. Many of them were still in the dark a week after the ice melted. See some of the image here.

StormChase 2000

The trip ended Sunday, June 4rd, 2000 - The StormStudy Truck had seen 4100 miles since leaving Raleigh on Saturday, May 27th! It saw miles in North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia & Virginia before the trip was over!

Storms were few and far between but a couple of good ones popped up here and there! The juice dried up on Thursday for most of the plains.

Click on a picture for a larger image.

The back end of a great looking storm in Southern Nebraska.

This storm was a textbook example of a well structured, although not very severe storm.

Twenty minutes before this storm went over Hutchinson, Kansas, it was dropping buckets of hail on the StormStudy truck! The winds were 38MPH sustained and the rain and hail limited visibility to 20 feet.
The StormStudy Truck on the plains under a stormless sky in Central Nebraska.
Here's one of the National Severe Storm Lab's data gathering vehicles in Norman, Oklahoma. Here's the StormStudy truck in front of the current and retired radar sites at the Storm Prediction Center in Norman.