News 9 Chief Meteorologist David Payne remembers the May 3, 1999, tornado, which killed 40 people in central Oklahoma.
News 9 storm trackers log more than 200,000 miles a year covering Oklahoma's weather, from rain and snow to tornadoes and even wildfires. And their rides take a beating, keeping them safe while they do their jobs to keep us safe.
Every Oklahoman needs to have a safety plan in place during severe weather season. For many people that includes having a below ground shelter or above ground safe room.
All our storm trackers are part of a two-person team in the field. But for Hank Brown, Marty Logan and Val Castor, their partners on the chase are also their partners in life.
News 9 Chief Meteorologist David Payne gives you his 2019 Spring Tornado Forecast. What should you expect this spring?
News 9 Storm Trackers talk about storm chasing the day of May 3, 1999, when an EF5 tornado ravaged central Oklahoma, killing 40.