I saved the best video for last. Let's get that out of the way first thing.

2020 has been a busy year for a lot of things. As always, states like Wyoming are visited for some action that does not get reported as it should, or as much as it should.

There are weather enthusiasts across America that watch the forecast with an interest beyond what the rest of us have. On a moment's notice, they are ready to bolt out across the county to chase the biggest and baddest storms nature has to offer.

In the video below, two storm chasers travel up I-25 through Glendo, Wyoming to catch some of the best video that has been offered this year.

In the next video, they follow a late May storm chase from Central Wyoming down to the Pawnee National Grasslands in Northern Colorado.

Shelf clouds and hail greet the couple that take their time to find and video the most unusual events nature offers this part of the country.

Time lapse is one of the most used tools of the storm chaser. This next video, below, shows a storm building and passing over Fort Laramie earlier this year.

But as I said - I saved you the best for last. Unfortunately, this video is not from 2020, but 2019. Still, it is probably the best footage ever captured of a tornado in Wyoming. These storm chasers were in the right place at just the right time. I don't know if folks like this win awards for their work. If they don't, they should.

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