The popularity in chasing tornadoes has been growing ever since daredevil meteorologists have been chasing down these storms. These chasers are not your average meteorologists, they are super intelligent men and women who can predict who will be hit directly by severe weather in a given day. Storm chasers have been opening up their motor vecihles to any one willing to share the daring experience with them. Tours are now available for those willing to take on the dangerous storms. It was until last year, May 31, 2013, that the storm chasing community finally saw the dangers in their work. That day, three storm chasers lost their lives in the El Reno tornado, an F5 storm capable of winds exceeding 250 miles per hour.