About Me


Bio: My name is Vincent Webb and I am currently a Customer Support Representative for Baron Services in Huntsville, AL. I graduated from Brandon High School in Brandon, MS. I am believed to be one of the youngest on air weather personalities ever in the Jackson, MS market starting out my on air career at Fox 40 at just 19 years old. I was the first official storm chaser in Mississippi to provide live streaming video of my chase events to live broadcast television. I served the administration of my his high school as their student weather adviser during severe weather events. I have been a storm chaser since I was 12 years old. My first live streaming video featured on The Weather Channel was when I covered the Yazoo City EF-4 tornado at just sixteen years old. My extreme weather photography and tornado footage has been featured on CNN, Fox News, CNBC, The Discovery Channel, National Geographic and other local news stations. I spend many weeks in the Spring tornado chasing throughout the Plains states including Oklahoma where we witnessed the El Reno Oklahoma EF-5 tornado in 2011. I also have presented case studies of chase events at Jackson State University, Howard University in Washington D.C., Baron Services in Huntsville, Alabama, and the 2012 MEMA Emergency Managers Conference in Biloxi, MS.  I am a Certified Basic and Advanced Storm Spotter through the National Weather Service in Jackson, MS. I have also attended severe weather radar interpretation training at The Storm Prediction Center in Norman,Oklahoma as well as training at the National Storm Chasers Conventions in Denver, Colorado. While chasing events in Mississippi I have had the opportunity to interview on camera weather personalities such as Mike Bettes, Jim Cantore, and Mike Seidel from The Weather Channel as well as Reed Timmer from the TornadoVideos.Net. While my interest for chasing severe weather is unique I am extremely passionate about all outlets of weather. I am also passionate about speaking to others about the weather whether it be to a school class or informing an audience about severe weather safety.

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