Back in data range, we found ourselves straddled between two severe-warned storms, both of which completely died immediately. So, we got a bite to eat at Jorge's Sombrero in Pueblo.
After dinner (and an extremely potent Margarita on my part), we headed up to the Springs to intercept a storm rolling out of the mountains. The storm was severe, tornado, and flash flood warned simultaneously but only really held a rain threat. We observed some flooding along Powers Boulevard and then eventually toured around a bit before heading home.
The day was a bit frustrating with storms dying as we approached all day, but we had good humor. I got to knock off a couple of mountain counties (Fremont & Custer) on my counties chased list. Also had great food. So, good day!