On Thursday, June 6, storm chaser Martin Lisius joined AccuWeather.com for another edition of AccuWeather Live to discuss the value of professional storm chasing for weather research, tornado tours and the importance of safety.
Of the significance of storm chasing, Lisius states, "I think pretty much any researcher in the severe weather world is doing that to contribute to the community."
Watch the video below of Lisius' interview, and be sure to tune in Thursdays at 4 p.m. for new additions of AccuWeather Live.
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The risk of wildfires will continue into April over the southern High Plains as drought prevails.
Northeastern Queensland is being put on alert for the danger of a land-falling severe tropical cyclone later this weekend.
El Niño may make a comeback later this year, impacting the weather across the United States during fall and winter.
Farmers across the Southeast are working to maintain their fruit harvests after a prolonged freeze left behind major crop damage.
Residents from Barcelona, Spain, to Nice, France, will face the risk of flooding rain into the start of the weekend.
A storm bringing a dramatic drop in temperatures will threaten Colorado with accumulating snow through Friday morning.
A stormy pattern extending from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean will set the stage for multiple rounds of severe weather over the south-central part of the nation well into April.
The early spring can make for a good time to jumpstart your spring garden, especially for plants that can withstand lingering shots of cold air.