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    Amazing Aerial Storm Chasing Photos

    June 1, 2012; 9:18 AM ET
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    Two pilots took storm chasing to a new extreme last week by chasing supercells from the sky. Caleb Elliott flew Skip Talbot and videographer Phil Bates around severe storms in North Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.

    Read the story here: Daredevils Chase from the Sky

    Daredevils Chase from the Sky: Aerial Storm Chasing Photos

    Storified by Accu Weather · Fri, Jun 01 2012 10:38:44

    A team pushed storm chasing to the extreme by flying to storms in three states over four days at the end of May.The above photo was taken on a flight May 22, 2012.
    "The crew ready to chase in Kansas City."
    From the left: Caleb Elliott, Phil Bates, Skip Talbot
    "Anvil and updraft tower"
    "Plumes of spiraling dust being pulled upwards into the storm's updraft as captured by Phil's Red camera."
    Skip Talbot captioned this photo "A wall cloud drifting over the Kansas countryside."
    "Approaching a tornado warned storm west of Omaha."
    Tornado Warned Storm near La Crosse KSPhil Bates

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