With today showing signs of summertime having finally arrived (the three H’s arrived with a vengeance) I wasn’t looking for a chase. However a few storms popped up east of the Blue Ridge and one of them headed toward Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania as a severe-warned hail storm. The radar snapshot shows the storm about the time I hopped in the chasemobile to take a peak, even tho’ an outflow boundary provided physical evidence the storm was collapsing. I did see a few CG’s but the rainshaft dissipated as I watched. Tomorrow could be different, ‘tho, if a lee trough does develop over the Virginia Piedmont ahead of an approaching cold front. I am ready.