I chose not to chase today but this complex of storms on radar near Lexington VA caught my eye:
When I looped the image there were two different motion vectors apparent (the white arrows I’ve added). This complex was very slow moving and produced > 1″ per hour rainfall rates.
I then double checked surface observations and this stalled frontal boundary (the blue dotted line I’ve added) jumped out at me:
The boundary wasn’t a surprise as I had been watching it all day to see how it would affect convection and whether anything worth chasing would pop up. But it was cool to have the radar show the results of the converging air masses.
Tomorrow and Thursday could both be chase days. We’ll see.