Hello. We're still in Colby at the moment. Today a surface cyclone to the west will draw moisture north and then north-west around it, with a dryline mixing slowly eastwards to its south. Somewhere east or north-east of the low should be interesting. Once again, the best backed flow appears to be across western Nebraska but we're not going to head that far. We're thinking somewhere north-east of Colby, for example Oberlin to Norton, might be a reasonable play later this afternoon.
Storm chances remain across the Plains for much of the coming week too, perhaps with an upturn in severe potential for the middle of the week. Even so, we're taking this day by day and not worrying much about the next few days yet.