Answer: We get close enough to take good pictures.
"Thanks to TV and a few internet videos, some folks have a premonition that storm chasers drive into tornadoes," said Tempest Tours' Martin Lisius, a 30-year storm chasing veteran. "The reality is the vast majority of storm chasers don't behave that way. It's something we don't do at Tempest Tours, nor would even remotely consider. I'm not a board certified psychiatrist, so I am not qualified to determine why a person would purposely do that, but I do understand the physics and that's enough. Our goal is to view storms safely, and to see what they have to teach us, and that is how we operate.
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