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Own Private Storm Chasing Forecaster
How many times have you been out in the boonies while storm chasing, and you can't get a solid connection between your cellular phone and your laptop? Or if you have, don't you just get frustrated at the lousy amount of data transfer through the modem? Or, did the battery just die? Well, we might just have the perfect solution for "loro iso chaseo triputo bloodpressure raisus uppus"!
Well known chaser, forecaster, and software author Tim Vasquez has started offering a personal weather briefing service for chasers. Aptly named the "Chase Hotline", you can call into a toll-free number when on the road storm chasing and get the latest weather information directly from Tim. With high speed data connections and sophisticated radar products available, he can give you the information and analysis you need to make a solid decision when storm chasing.
This service will cost you $8.95 per session, $79.95 per month, or $149.95 for the entire storm chasing season. While some of you might think that a little pricey, perhaps you've never seen a $600 cellular telephone bill, replete with roaming charges! Personally, I think it's a bargain. I've known Tim for several years, and have a lot of confidence in his forecasting ability. Tim really enjoys mesoanalysis, which shows in the quality of his forecasts.
When in the field storm chasing, I've had the pleasure of getting current weather information by calling one of my chase partners who for some reason couldn't go with me that day. After getting spoiled by that type of service, I'd rather they stay stranded more often! (Heh, heh.) I've also had the pleasure of using Tim's service, and can attest to his skills.
Give Tim a try. I think he's stumbled onto something big!
Matt Ver Steeg
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