Storm Chaser | Norman, Oklahoma
The most extreme storms on earth
Each yeah I travel thousands of miles across the great plains of the United States in search of observing tornadoes and supercells. This website is a collection of my experiences in pursuit of violent winds and some of the most extreme weather in the world. When I’m not working or chasing storms, I enjoy traveling to beautiful places around this rock of ours called Earth. You can also view videos on my Youtube Channel
May 4, 2022 - Multiple tornadoes including wedges in Eastern Oklahoma. Witnessed the Seminole Oklahoma Tornado (342 Miles)
May 2, 2022 - Multiple intense supercells in Oklahoma with some local photo ops (399 Miles)
April 29, 2022 - Strong tornado rips through Andover, Kansas (395 Miles)
April 23, 2022 - An intense supercell rolls through Oklahoma City metro area on a Saturday evening (174 Miles)
April 22, 2022 - Insane surface winds lead to a dust storm that makes it almost impossible to see storms. (1302 Miles)
My best chase day ever with multiple violent tornadoes near Oklahoma City
Incredible November Tornado Outbreak in Southwest Oklahoma including Tipton Oklahoma Tornado
Witnessed the Moore, Oklahoma EF-5 tornado.
Multiple tornadoes in South Dakota including a crazy incident where we ended up stuck in a farmers field.
Four tornadoes from Katie, OK to Atoka, OK
Close intercept to a tornado near the town of Selden in northwest Kansas
Incredible tornado outbreak in Nebraska including the beautiful Bradshaw, Nebraska Tornado
Storm Chasing Videos
Latest videos from my storm chasing adventures across the Great Plains
Ben Holcomb is a Storm Chaser that lives in Norman, Oklahoma, a suburb of Oklahoma City. While Storm Chasing, Ben has seen almost 200 tornadoes with the strongest being the Moore, Oklahoma Tornado of May 20, 2013. Ben has seen hail the size of softballs and baseballs, an EF-5 tornado and chased 2 hurricanes.