Houston is no stranger to severe weather.
Within the past few months we’ve experienced both a drought and flooding. Hurricanes and ice storms have shut the city down for days. Most residents have a story about witnessing extreme weather conditions, from hurricanes to tornadoes, but never quite like this…
Tornado Alley 3D opens March 9 in the Wortham Giant Screen Theatre!
Ride along with filmmaker Sean Casey of the Discovery Channel’s Storm Chasers series and researchers of VORTEX 2 as they bravely capture dramatic and destructive tornado footage in this fascinating film.
Casey uses a fleet of customized vehicles that can withstand the most threatening weather – allowing them to go right to the heart of a tornado and even document the birth of a tornado with a 70mm camera.
On March 12, you can meet Casey and his Tornado Intercept Vehicle!
From 9:30 – 11 am, the TIV will be parked at the front entrance of the Houston Museum of Natural Science and Casey will be available to meet visitors. While you’re here, check out Tornado Alley 3D – showing at 11:40 am, 12:30, 3, and 3:50 pm – Casey will introduce each film.
Want To Ride in the TIV?
Enter to win a ride with Casey in the Tornado Intercept Vehicle at approximately 4 pm on March 12!
To enter, tell us about your strangest weather experience, your favorite episode of Storm Chasers, or your thoughts on Houston’s weather – just leave a comment on this post between February 23 and March 8!
The winner will be selected randomly and contacted on March 9, 2012. For official contest rules, please click here.
The winner will be contacted by email – so don’t forget to leave that information in the comment entry field – don’t worry, your email will be kept confidential.