Yesterday I chased the first thing to pop in a severe thunderstorm watch area and was able to chase a storm near Cottonwood Falls, Kansas from an intense updraft to the south of an existing non-severe thunderstorm (video at some point when I get caught up):
Into a severe-warned monster:
The storm morphed into a massive rain system that raged all night, losing strength following me all the way to northeastern Oklahoma. It's still moving east as I write this now... More pictures here.
This storm system made up for Saturday's bust, where I (and about 100 other chasers) sat under a tornado watch most of the day; the storms didn't fire until probably 3am shortly after I got to bed, and long after the tornado watch was cancelled. I did shoot a few photos around Osmond, Nebraska, and got the supermoon too:
More photos here.