Heading out east after work today (3PM on the dot!) Hodos are good for supercells ... we have instability and moisture along the border. Enough to get me heading out anyway.
There seems to be a boundary draping out of SW Nebraska into Kit Carson County, Colorado. Winds converge from the north and south into a westerly direction along the boundary. I think this will be a good place for storms once we reach our convective temperature. The dryline isn't defined dramatically, but it exists, stretching south along the CO/KS border. This should slowly move south but the better moisture will back in in it's wake.
Also, I'm still trying to get photos/video done from this weekend. I'll have it up as soon as possible.
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