The bells have finally tolled for the southern Plains and the jet stream has rapidly begun flowing further north into Nebraska and the Dakotas. It's been an excellent year so far, thanks to the Elmer tornado on May 16th being the crown jewel so far. 2015 has been a pretty decent year so far for me. I'm well over 3000 miles after 7 chases and am looking towards the central High Plains either tomorrow or Thursday for another chase. The middle of June continues to put out some signals for activity even down into the Panhandles with NW flow setting up on the northern edge of the high pressure dome now in place across the southern Plains. All in all, I can't complain. Here are some highlights so far.