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Supercell Storm - Storm Chase 2012 launched a new concept in holidays today, where most people usually book a holiday to find the best weather, Netweather promise to find the most extreme weather and put you in the middle of it. builds on the success of the Netweather storm chasing tours, tracking down tornadoes in the USA and the annual trip to photograph the monsoon storms in Arizona. Ian Michaelwaite, Director, commented “It’s been a long term plan to take the next step, and with the chance to put our guests in some of the most extreme and spectacular conditions we hope to help the UK’s obsession with the weather move in a more adventurous direction”.

Tours to witness the Northern Lights, experience lake effect snow and quick breaks for photo opportunities to capture UK storms as they hit the coast are being confirmed soon, and the UK events will be announced as forecasts predict favourable conditions. All the information can be found on and the Netweather community, especially for the quick UK breaks, where the window of opportunity is quite slim.

So next time the UK stumbles and grinds to a halt under a sprinkle of snow, you can look back on the time you witnessed drifts 5m deep and smile knowingly as your friends mutter about how cold it is.


About Netweather :

Established in 2003, is a leading independent weather forecasting company based in the UK, as well as the exceptionally popular website (, they also supply weather data and forecasts to hundreds of websites and multiple industry sectors globally. Weather experts are always on hand to provide comment or input on any weather related subject.

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For further information, quotes or interviews please contact Ian Michaelwaite on 0208 090 2490 or email

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