Well the plan really changed as the dryline setting up in NM fell short into the Midland/Odessa TX area giving us a whole new plan. Today was going to be a casual let's chase anything on the way down to Elk City, OK, to set us up for the following day. A cu field seemed to be blanketing Northeastern CO into Southwestern NE,and as we caught up the clouds began to merge into an area of great moisture convergence. Yuma to Wray Colorado we saw the only cell on radar at the moment trying to punch the cirrus cap and slowly it worked through the pelius layers. We followed this cell that recycled its energy leaving a high base with a curtain of rain.
At this time there was a line of convective storms beginning to bow out near Garden City, KS than finally went severe. Meanwhile we left the cell all by it's lonesome and headed south from Nebraska to Northwestern KS where we saw radar showing a better cell with dbz showing hail markers. This was being spawned from an outflow boundary for the stuff further southern KS. Oakley, KS was a very promising cell for some hail, but we didn't make there in time to see if there was any hail falling. I'm sure a pea or two fell.
Video of Pampa Supercell Rolling!