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Become A Storm Chaser And Get Paid

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theweatherstation:
First, you need to get familiarized with what storm chasing actually is. Becoming a storm chaser is a later step on the agenda of storm chasing.

Storm chasing is not something metaphorical; this is an actual job that people do. It is actually self-explanatory.

To chase a thunderstorm, a tornado, or a hurricane all of these fall under the category of storm chasing.

Tornadoes and hurricanes being the worst of the natural disasters hold the ability to destroy buildings, houses, crops and whatever comes their way.

People who live in areas where such natural phenomenon repeatedly occur keep a close check on weather, and they evacuate their houses and buildings when any of these natural calamities are predictable.

Storm chasers, on the other hand, keep an even closer check on the weather reports for a different purpose.

Wherever these calamities are expected, they get there before it actually happens to record these calamities and disasters.

Do they get paid? Do they do it for scientific purposes? Or, is it just the excitement or thrill of coming across something adventurous and dangerous?

WeatherHost:
Post and profile sounds more than a little spammy.

Personally, as I've said many times before, if you're not connected to some official agency, professional organization or university research teams, stay home.  Goofballs running around to get videos for their website  have no place out there.



SoMDWx:
ADMINS, please remove........

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