Storm chasers: How do experts track natural disasters?

Storm chasers: How do experts track natural disasters?

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Experts say the massive tornado that ripped through El Reno, Okla. on Friday was the biggest ever recorded, about 2.6 miles wide.

Eleven days earlier, another tornado tore through Moore, Okla. 

The El Reno tornado killed 19 people, including 4 storm chasers, and several are still missing.

With so many powerful storms being so close together, how to experts search for and track these disasters as they form?

FOX 10's Kristin Anderson finds out at the Arizona Science Center. 

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