All that happens on the Earth's phenomenon that are not artificial or man made are typically known as the Natural Phenomenon - any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning.

Mother Nature never fails to surprise us with something extraordinary and unusual from time to time. Breath taking beauty, cascading waterfalls, snow-capped mountains, and pristine blue rivers are a common sight. However, there will always be news about something completely different that will surely grab eyeballs. From frozen methane bubbles in Canada to Blood Waterfalls in Antarctica, these bizarre phenomena will surely leave your mouth wide open in awe and ignite the explorer in you. Majestic mountains and sparkling seas always attract travellers – but sometimes nature has a bigger trick up her sleeve.

Storm chasing is one of the such Natural Phenomenon's, which is broadly defined as the pursuit of any severe weather condition, regardless of motive, which can be curiosity, adventure, scientific investigation, or for news or media coverage. A person who chases storms is known as a storm chaser, or simply a chaser. While witnessing a tornado is the single biggest objective for most chasers, many chase thunderstorms and delight in viewing cumulonimbus and related cloud structures, watching a barrage of hail and lightning, and seeing what skyscrapers unfold.