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On average storm chasers travel 500 miles a day Reed Timmer is no average storm chaser Reed Timmer wakes up around 600 am so that he can see where he is going to target so he can chase Timmer looks at computer generated models and looks for certain key elements that form supercell thunderstorms Supercell thunderstorms can and do produce tornados and thats what Reed Timmer is looking for Timmer finds these spots and travels to them to find the perfect storm After Timmer finds his target or targets he corresponds to his partners Joel Taylor and Chris Chittick They have to figure out a spot to chase and get ready for a big chase day Around 730 am Timmer and his crew leave the hotel they stayed at and go to the target area Most target areas are around 300 miles away so Timmer and the crew have to hurry to get there They each take turns driving but usually Joel drives While Joel drives Timmer can either sleep or relook over the models Since most of their day is spent on driving Timmer and his crew eat either fast food or gas station food Timmer even listed his top ten favorite gas station foods Number one was burritos from any Quick Trip in the country As soon as Timmer and his team get close enough to the target he relooks at the outlooks and makes sure the conditions are still there He then makes any adjustments to the target area The team either makes the adjustments which can take them around 50-100 miles in any direction If there arent any changes Timmer has them go to the target area and the wait for several things One thing they look for is the NWS National Weather Service to issue a watch If the National Weather Service in Norman Oklahoma issues a Tornado Watch then that mean conditions are favorable for tornados- which
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