The Weather Channel Broadcasts Live Footage of Super Cell Tornado
VORTEX2 Coverage Results in Live On-Air and Online Stream of Super Cell in
For the first time ever, TWC is broadcasting live transmissions from moving vehicles as they track the storm, providing compelling video coverage as well as real-time blog and Twitter updates at www.weather.com/vortex. Active weather continues this weekend in the region and the TWC team will continue tracking storms with Vortex2 in anticipation of potential tornados, delivering comprehensive on air and online coverage.
The Weather Channel team traveling with the VORTEX2 group is led by Bettes, co-host of Weather Center on TWC. Bettes and three digital journalists have been reporting on the project since it started in May, offering viewers new segments about tornadoes, live reports on the formulation and movement of tornadoes as they occur, and behind-the-scenes stories about the team of scientists and their technology.
VORTEX2 (Verification of the Origin of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment 2) is the largest field experiment in history to explore tornadoes. The VORTEX2 project is designed to study tornadoes as they’ve never been seen before to better understand how, when and why tornadoes form and to help improve alert skill. The project is made up of nearly 100 scientists, 40 research vehicles and students from sixteen different universities and academic organizations in
For more details about The Weather Channel coverage of the VORTEX2 project, please visit www.weather.com/vortex. Today’s tornado can be viewed at http://www.weather.com/multimedia/videoplayer.html?clip=14512 and embeddable video can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sitd8nef4QI.
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