Friends, So I couldn't get out to chase today so I played a little virtual chasing on my laptop. My biggest bust ever was Bennington (I got too far ahead of the storm anticipating faster speeds and got caught on the north side). As I was watching today, I am almost certain I would have busted again. Can I get some help so I dont do this again? The storms along I-70 looked like a complete mess. Shortly after, isolated storms started to fire south of 70 in clean perfect (assuming) environment. Within 60 mins all of those isolated southern storms either went completely LP or died. Not long after, the storms along 70 went nuts producing Bennington 2.0. Attaching HRRR loops from earlier in the day when everything seemed to be shaping up as normal. STP's were off the charts, shear, moisture etc. Radar Loop------http://weather.unisys.com/radar/hires_rad.php?image=rad&inv=0&t=l3®ion=cp Dewpoint---http://climate.cod.edu/data/forecast/animations/21Z-20180501_HRRRFLT_sfc_dewp-0-18-10-100.gif STP---http://climate.cod.edu/data/forecast/animations/21Z-20180501_HRRRFLT_con_stp-0-18-10-100.gif Thoughts???