After yet another down day on June 2, 2014, we were back at it on June 3 in what looked a promising target for supercell thunderstorms, and even tornadoes, in central Nebraska. The first storm to form was a partially-elevated HP bomb that went racing southeastward at 55 mph (we passed). Convection later developed well to our west, and by the time we reached it, it had been undercut by an outflow boundary surging southward from South Dakota, leaving this pile of mush. Easily one of my most disappointing chase days of all time. Taken north of Sutherland, Nebraska, June 3, 2014.