History Series / StormChasers

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An American documentary RealityTV series on DiscoveryChannel that follows several teams of storm chasers throughout the Midwestern United States. The show debuted in October, 2007 and was cancelled in January 2012.

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An American documentary RealityTV series on DiscoveryChannel Creator/DiscoveryChannel that follows several teams of storm chasers throughout the Midwestern United States. The show debuted in October, 2007 and was cancelled in January 2012.
21st Dec '14 2:18:14 PM Orca19904
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* ProductPlacement: Reed Timmer appeared in several Bosch windshield wiper blade commercials.
15th Dec '14 8:36:32 PM AtlantaHardcore
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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many in the storm chasing and scientific communities dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains an [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an officially-rated [=EF5=].[[/note]]

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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many in the storm chasing and scientific communities dispute its accuracy, the tornado's [=EF3=] rating remains an [=EF3=].official. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an officially-rated [=EF5=].[[/note]]
15th Dec '14 8:33:39 PM AtlantaHardcore
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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many in the storm chasing and scientific communities dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains an [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]

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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many in the storm chasing and scientific communities dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains an [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an officially-rated [=EF5=].[[/note]]
15th Dec '14 8:32:45 PM AtlantaHardcore
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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many in the storm chasing and scientific communities dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]

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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many in the storm chasing and scientific communities dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains an [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]
15th Dec '14 8:32:07 PM AtlantaHardcore
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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]

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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many in the storm chasing and scientific communities dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]
15th Dec '14 8:30:33 PM AtlantaHardcore
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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW (Doppler On Wheels) wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]

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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW (Doppler On Wheels) wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]
15th Dec '14 8:29:43 PM AtlantaHardcore
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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] due to a DOW (Doppler On Wheels) wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]

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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] primarily due to a DOW (Doppler On Wheels) wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]
15th Dec '14 8:28:51 PM AtlantaHardcore
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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013.
*** The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] due to a DOW (Doppler On Wheels) wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].

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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013.
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2013. [[note]]The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] due to a DOW (Doppler On Wheels) wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].[[/note]]
15th Dec '14 8:24:27 PM AtlantaHardcore
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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF5=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013.

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** Played tragically straight a year after the show's cancellation when TWISTEX team leader Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and fellow chaser Carl Young were killed by an [=EF5=] [=EF3=] tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013.2013.
*** The tornado was originally rated an [=EF5=] due to a DOW (Doppler On Wheels) wind speed estimate of 296 mph, however, this rating was later controversially downgraded to an [=EF3=] when damage surveys (which determine all tornado ratings) failed to find evidence of [=EF5=] or [=EF4=] damage. Although many dispute its accuracy, the tornado's rating remains [=EF3=]. Regardless, the tornado is still widely and erroneously reported in many places to be an [=EF5=].
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