AccuWeather Live: Interview With Storm Chaser Martin Lisius

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
June 11, 2013; 4:39 PM ET
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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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