I started out the morning by heading northeast on I-76 towards Nebraska. I knew that there would be a few threats over the next few days in the Central Great Plains.
The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) had issued a Slight Risk:
However, there was less than a 2% Tornado Threat.
I was not going to the Montana threat, as there were threats in the central Great Plains over the next few days. Plus, I reasoned that I would need to start heading east for a conference (that I didn’t end up attending anyhow).
I did, however, see a nice sunset in western Nebraska.
I ended up spending the night in a Love’s parking lot in North Platte, NE. I tried to get a few photos of the ISS, both at the rest stop where I saw the sunset, and then again at the truck stop. I saw the ISS at both, but did not get a single good photo.
My final route is shown below:
The Storm Reports graphic shows a few things- just no tornadoes, and nothing in my area.
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