Worrell: "I think it's fun because we have random conversations about probably the craziest topics on earth. We just talk and goof off, and we're just a big group of friends who go out ... and have a lot of fun just hanging out together."
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Myatt: "We're getting down to the last three days of this trip, and we've seen just one storm up close. It's about par for the course."
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DAY 8 Sunday, May 22, 2005 McCook, Neb.
No good storms have been sighted yet. During a tornado watch Saturday, they chased the only thing chaseable, but it just didn't have enough juice to turn into something more. But the team is keeping spirits up by sharing weather jokes, such as "You might be a storm chaser if your favorite food is funnel cake."
Myatt: "It looks like there will be storms, and we'll be here to see whatever we can find up in this part of the country."
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DAY 5 Thursday, May 19, 2005 Blackwell, Okla.
The team had a busted chase yesterday afternoon, but they saw a few small storms at sunset. Today, they have a slight chance of severe weather and are going to head northeast to where Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri meet.
Myatt: "Yesterday didn't go as planned. That's part of the chasing. You have to guess it and be there before it happens. And you've got to stay a step ahead of it, and sometimes it doesn't work out."
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DAY 4 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 Salina, Kan.
Our storm chasers have circled back to Salina, Kan., after driving through some hail in Nebraska. Several chasers and spotters have reported some spinning of dust along the way. They're keeping their eye out for the classic supercell storms.