I captured several beautiful radar images showing rotation in discrete cells across southwestern Oklahoma. Of the most interest was a tornado warning (though no reported tornado, according to SPC this morning) in Manitou, which is about 9 miles north of Frederick, OK.
Unfortunately, the winds across New Mexico caused us to lose power, so I lost those images.
Today was likely an active day over the Mississippi River region, which is farther away than I typically chase, but an intense day anyway.
It may quiet down for a few days in the plains.