This video shows what you should do and shouldn’t do if you see a Tornado whilst you’re out driving

The above featured photo is a screen grab taken whilst watching the video produced by The Weather Channel.


The video below shows what you should do and shouldn’t do if you see a Tornado whilst you’re out driving.

The Weather Channel have once again used Immersive Mixed Reality technology to its advantage. We can’t forget Alexandra Wilson, who featured in the video throughout.

She done a great job explaining everything you need to know! Let us know what you think of the video in the comments below.

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Lawsuit filed against The Weather Channel in storm chasers’ fatal wreck

We will not being making comment at this time. We will making comment when the lawsuit has gone through the courts.

Mum of a National Weather Service (NWS) storm spotter (spotter) killed in a 2017 car crash has filed a one hundred and twenty five million dollar lawsuit against the Weather Channel – organisation that hired the storm chasers involved in the fatal car wreck.

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Karen Di Piazza filed the lawsuit Tuesday in federal district court in Lubbock, Texas. Piazza’s son, Corbin Lee Jaeger – who was 25 – was killed on the 28th March, 2017 in a two-vehicle wreck on County Road 419 – just west of Spur and southeast of Lubbock.

You can read the lawsuit here

The lawsuit suggests The Weather Channel’s on-air personalities Kelley Williamson and Randall Yarnall ran stop signs and traffic lights and broke other traffic laws to capture video for their show, ‘Storm Wranglers’

Officials at The Weather Channel knew of their dangerous and reckless driving habits – according to the lawsuit.

The duo ran a stop sign on County Road 419, travelling at seventy miles per hour to video a Tornado for The Weather Channel – according to lawsuit. 

Williamson and Yarnall were also killed in the crash. Jaeger, a certified spotter for the NWS was driving away from the Tornado when his vehicle was hit, the lawsuit suggests. 

“We are saddened by the loss of Corbin Jaeger, Kelly Williamson and Randy Yarnall. They were beloved members of the weather community and our deepest sympathies go out to the families and loved ones of all involved. We cannot comment on pending litigation.”

The Weather Channel spokesperson

The Weather Channel studio gets hit by an EF-5 Tornado

Crazy Cantore! Watch The Weather Channel studio get hit by an EF-5 Tornado in the video below.

 “We’re taking you inside the weather like you’ve never seen it before. Jim Cantore battles the elements as a storm hits The Weather Channel.”

Whilst this video was released last year, we still absolutely love everything about it. From the CGI – which is better then all DC movies combined – to Jim Cantore!