5thGenRams Forums

Register a free account today to become a member! Once signed in, you'll be able to participate on this site by adding your own topics and posts, as well as connect with other members through your own private inbox!

  • We have been battling an on and off issue with registration verification emails not being sent out with certain users. We have finally got the issue resolved so if you have tried registering for the site but have not received a verification email, just request another verification email when you log in and you should now receive it. If you still don't receive the verification email, send us an email at [email protected] and we will get it resolved for you. Thanks!

This Isn’t Your Ordinary Ram 3500! Tornado Intercept Vehicle (TIV) Is Ready To Hit The Road Again!

redriderbob

Co-Editor & Ram Guru!
Staff member
Site Supporter
Joined
Feb 5, 2018
Messages
1,157
Reaction score
824
Location
Metro Detroit

This Isn’t Your Ordinary Ram 3500! Tornado Intercept Vehicle (TIV) Is Ready To Hit The Road Again!​

Restored & Ready, Updated TIV 2 Has Two Sponsors For This Season...​


1647557047074.png

Its the beginning of tornado season, that time of year where the transition from cooler temperatures to warmer weather creates the optimal unstable air conditions for tornadic activity throughout multiple areas of the United States and Canada. Areas like the Southern Plains (Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas) see more tornadoes from May to early June. On the Gulf Coast, tornadoes are more common during early spring. While the Northern States and areas of the upper Midwest (Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota) have peak tornado season in June or July.

For storm chasers, this is the busiest part of the year as they prep for the harsh weather conditions in the pipeline. These chasers require tough vehicles that can tackle harsh backroads, high winds, tons of non-stop mileage, and that can handle tons of different weather measuring and photo equipment. Each vehicle is usually outfitted to the chaser’s needs. But for one IMAX filmmaker, a normal vehicle wouldn’t cut it.

 

Users who are viewing this thread

Top