June 23rd was a day that had promise for high based storms in western Nebraska. It lived up to its potential and more! We caught the first supercell of the day that formed northwest of Scottsbluff and was a nice LP storm. The second LP storm formed northeast of Torrington and had very nice structure. And finally the storm of the day formed west of the Black Hills in northeast Wyoming and tracked southeast into northwest Nebraska. This storm had beautiful HP supercell structure and produced a couple of short lived tornadoes, one of which is shown below.