Despite living in Altus, OK, my chasing typically has to be done more like how chasecationers do it, due to my job in the Air Force preventing me from short notice (as in less than 2 weeks of lead time) chasing. Last year I went with the last two weeks of May, and I ended up with only 3 days I would have chased. Two of those days I had obligations with respect to my kids' t-ball games. The third day I biffed it. Last year when I asked this question, the conventional wisdom was applied, and the back half of May into the first half of June were recommended as my best bets. As we know, the last few years have been a bit odd with regards to the more conventional chase season in the southern Plains. This year I am here to ask those more knowledgeable than myself, has the conventional wisdom shifted? If I only have 3 weeks to take off should I still stick with end of May into early June, or move a little earlier or a little later? Are other chasecationers planning to adjust their weeks off to increase their chances? Thanks for any insight!