Active severe weather is expected once again this weekend over the Great Plains the return of a strong jet stream over a high humidity air mass. This time, an area from Nebraska/Kansas eastward to northern Missouri is in my sites.
This is an interesting, but not too uncommon, set up for June. The air is forecast to become unstable on both Saturday and Sunday over the areas mentioned. The upper level jet stream will return to a stronger flow level but those winds will actually be more out of the northwest instead of southwest or even west.
What this means is that supercells which deviate to the right of the flow would actually travel close to due south! It requires taking all chasing strategy and rotating it clockwise ninety-degrees.
Now, Saturday looks like a Nebraska, northern Kansas target. The only way to do this chase safely is to stay overnight. Since there would be another storm chase possible on Sunday to the east, I’d hang out for that one and then come home late on Sunday.
So if there is anyone who would like to make a weekend of it, let me know! Keep in mind that storm season is winding down and/or shifting too far north so this may be one of the last chances!
The other option would be to forget Saturday and only chase Sunday. I’m less sure about severe weather (well chase-able stuff anyway) on this day but hey, this many days out, there’s room for it to come together.
So in this case, leave Sunday morning, come back Sunday night. Tentative target area northeast Kansas into northern Missouri.
This is really all up to demand. Let me hear from you!