Manitoba Storm Chasers

Canada's Leading Storm Chasing Tours

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Why Choose Us?

Manitoba Storm Chasers is Canada's Leading Storm Chasing Tour Group, founded in 2007 by Jordan Carruthers.  Our team is comprised of Three highly educated storm chasers with the goal of getting you the best storms while giving you an experience of a lifetime!!! Our team prides itself on taking the greatest precautions when it comes to your safety, all of our team members are certified in emergency first aid, CPR, and SKYWARN®, we maintain a safe distance from tornadic winds in order to ensure optimal safety, but close enough to feel the power of mother nature, and we do daily inspections of our chase rig before and during each chase. 

Since we began offering tours in 2016, we have provided fun, safe and educational experiences to hundreds of guests from around the world! 

We want YOU to be next!




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How To Book Your Tour

1. Click on our tours page to see full tour details and information.

2. Choose your desired tour and click the appropriate button to be taken to the booking page

3. Fill out the booking form and submit.

4. We will send you a tour agenda, along with an invoice for payment (or deposit, if required).

5. Final payment due no later than April 1, 2020, for Tornado Alley.

6. Book your arrival/departure flights to the base city listed on your tour.

8. Notify us with your flight itinerary no later than 14 days before you arrive.

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Meet the Team


Jordan Carruthers

Founder/ Photographer/Chaser

Jordan Carruthers is the founder and owner of Manitoba Storm Chasers.  He has been chasing storms and severe weather since he was 16 years old.  Initially, Jordan started Manitoba Storm Chasers on Facebook as a way to share his adventures with others. What was once a hobby quickly turned into a business opportunity when dozens of requests flooded in from people wanting to experience the rush of chasing a storm.  His first storm chasing tour commenced in 2016, which quickly became a huge success and has brought Manitoba Storm Chasers to where it is today!


Facebook Fan Page: www.facebook.com/StormChaserJC

Bill Carruthers

Social Media Manager/ Chaser

While he doesn't get out chasing as much these days, Bill is a key part of keeping Manitoba Storm Chasers running while the team is on the road. His main role is working behind the scenes as he maintains our social media pages along with updating the team on potential storm targets.  

Adam Young

Photographer/Videographer/Paramedic

Adam joined the team in 2016 and plays an important role with  Manitoba Storm Chasers.   As a certified Paramedic Adam brings his first aid knowledge to the team, which is critical during situations where we could potentially be the first crew to arrive at the scene after a disaster has struck.

Our Rig!

Our Chase rig is a 2006 Hummer H3 equipped with a 3.5L inline 5 Engine, and 4x4 giving us the power we need to get to the storm while also providing the necessary strength/ agility/ and durability to escape the storm when needed. The interior is equipped with multiple tablets displaying radar and location via Radarscope. In addition, we are equipped with multiple cameras to catch the action, including our newest member the 360Fly which captures all of the action in a stunning 360-degree video! 

A CB radio gives us the ability to communicate between our rigs or with other chasers in the area.  This set up also doubles as an NOAA Weather Radio, with alerts to tell us as soon as a Severe Thunderstorm or Tornado warning has been issued in our area.

A first aid kit and fire extinguisher give us the ability to help out when disaster strikes.

  The spacious cab ensures our guests feel safe and comfortable while on the road for many hours.

The exterior is equipped with Undercarriage Skid plates, AND 35 Inch mud and snow tires to give us the ability to tackle tough terrain when needed.  The body will soon be getting a coating of Line X as well as a polycarbonate windshield to make it extra durable against hail and debris.