Camille Seaman was vacuuming her living room when the idea struck her: I should drive into the heart of a really dangerous storm.
It was during a TV show about storm-chasing, one of those behind-the-scenes mini-docs on Discovery or History, when her daughter, lounging on the couch while Seaman maneuvered the vacuum between furniture, made the playful suggestion
“She just looked up and said, ‘Hey, mom, you should do that!'” Seaman told Mashable. “And I thought, ‘Yeah, this actually looks pretty fun.'”
Just three days later, Seaman was in Kansas with a team of professional storm-chasers, helping to monitor, track and photograph monstrous cloud formations as they crept across the Great Plains Read more…