I don't think it's worth it to start a reports thread based on what I saw (no compelling photos), but I can give my brief account here. I started the day in the Omaha area on "vacation," but I wasn't fully sold on the OK target, or at least I couldn't justify such a long drive for something so conditional right around sunset. I dropped south into Kansas and stopped for a break around Salina. I was mildly surprised that a cell popped up just southeast of the city by 3 p.m., but given its isolated nature and concerns with a more quick-to-linear storm mode farther west, I began to pursue. As the storm crossed over I-70 close to the 5/25/16 Chapman tornado track, there was a ragged wall cloud showing signs of better organization. Once I got close, just southeast of Wakefield, there was a fairly broad, low-hanging cloud base, but it didn't look like a well-organized wall cloud. A funnel started to form, but lifted well before reaching the ground. There were a couple of other brief funnels with this storm before it evolved into a cluster of junky looking cells. The motion of these storms took me back to Omaha, getting in at a much earlier than expected 8 p.m.