get up close
to the elements!
the best severe weather viewing experience
capture great
promotional content
tour the storm offers a great way to capture great promotional content
Get ready for the 2019 storm season
& tour the storm
register for the upcoming severe weather season
locate storm damage areas
using storm mapping
after you tour the storm you will have access to a powerful storm tracking tool!

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Tour The Storm will take you to the wildest weather on Earth. Your driver and tour guide, Michael Phelps, has four decades of meteorology and storm chasing experience, having documented thousands of extreme weather events in all seasons, including over 400 tornadoes and a dozen major hurricanes. He is an Emmy Award winning storm chaser, and award winning meteorologist, having worked in local television and radio; The Weather Channel and the PGA Tour as an on-site meteorologist. He ran one of the very first storm chasing tours, Windstorm Tours, in the mid 1990’s. If safety, experience and getting the most amazing shots of storms is what you seek, then Tour The Storm is your storm chasing tour. We offer a variety of affordable one week and 10 day tours throughout the storm season. We offer flexible payment schedules as well. Reserve a spot on one of our tours today!

2019 Sponsors!

Check out our sponsors for the 2019 severe weather season! Our sponsors are directly involved with our research & deployment operations during periods of active severe weather. All sponsors will have priority of available Tour The Storm seats. If you would like to join us and contribute by becoming a sponsor, please click here to learn more.

Latest News


2019 Tour The Storm Registration Begins

Registration for the 2019 Severe Weather Season is now available.


The Tornado Puncher partners with Tour The Storm

The first ever single-man severe storm intercept vehicle, The Tornado Puncher, partnered with Tour The Storm back in 2017.


Sponsorship for Tour The Storm Now Available

Tour The Storm is now ready to work with sponsors to build a unique team for the 2019 severe weather season.

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