Join me, Reed Timmer: Meteorologist and Extreme Storm Chaser (who I interviewed via phone in 2010) and his crew from the show "Tornado Chasers" for a Hangout on Google+ TONIGHT @ 7:30 PM CT. I will be asking questions about their storm chases and new Kickstarter project, where over $70,000 has already been raised (as of this writing) for their 2013 chase season.
Thanks for joining, everyone! The YouTube video above will show the replay of the Hangout.
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Through the video player below, or YouTube, you can watch Episode 1 of the 2012 Tornado Chasers season:
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