Several apparent targets for Monday the 12th. Models agree on an arc of supercells firing in far eastern Wyoming and the Nebraska panhandle as early as 20z as the main jet streak arrives over a plume of 60s dewpoints moving east into the High Plains. Models vary on the southward extent of this activity, with some runs showing an early storm in northeast Colorado, though it is killed by the northeast-advancing thermonuclear cap (700mb temps above 15C) around 00z. Upper support looks great with the negatively-tilted wave and excellent diffluence over eastern WY/Nebraska panhandle, and classic-looking supercell/tornado hodographs throughout the warm sector. A secondary high-risk, high-reward target of interest is the dryline bulge in central/western Nebraska where models indicate MLCAPE in excess of 4000-4500. The upper support is weaker in this area and the cap is shown keeping it solidly convection-free, but if something does go - it is going to be a monster. Model's lid strength indices show that it's going to be close, though - and could become a viable play or even primary target in future runs.