Hey guys! Im Tyler, a Storm Chaser and streamer for TVN. I myself was in your shoes when i was your age. I grew fond of weather very quickly and instantly wanted to go out and chase whatever i could find. My advice to you at this age, being that you're still young, is study. Start learning about storms, what clouds look like, and how to understand a radar. I would highly recommend once the time comes, to sign up for a Skywarn spotter class through the National Weather Service near you. Before you ever go out and chase a storm on your own, Definitely go with someone who has experience. Storm chasing is not a easy thing to do, and at times can be dangerous. Start out with small thunderstorms if you want, look at the clouds and see how they form and develop, look at the storm you're looking at, on radar. learn it. You can never learn enough. Whenever you get the chance i would keep studying up on weather. When you go out on a chase, be sure to pack very well and keep it local if possible. always bring extra food, water, supplies, money for food or gas, sunblock even!, extra clothes... you never know what you may need. Planning ahead is always key before a good chase. Always keep you, and your teams safety in mind. Be smart on your first few chases and just enjoy the scenery. Capture some photos of the storms and share them with your friends and family. Before you know it, you'll be out there driving half way across the state just to see a good tornado producing storm. As always, enjoy it. nature is a beautiful thing.