The 00Z NAM is painting an interesting picture for Wednesday east of a triple point near Oklahoma City. 3000 J/kg of CAPE and decent shear (although mid and upper winds aren’t very impressive) could be enough for a tornado threat. The GFS has the triple point farther south and isn’t as aggressive with the 18Z run (still waiting on the 00Z) so metering any enthusiasm for the moment. Something to keep an eye on though. I’m not often a cold front chaser, but I will get after a good dryline/cold front triple point. Plus my thinking is I better get my moneys worth now because it may be a couple weeks after this before an opportunity presents itself again (high amplitude east coast trough settles in). I’ll update with more tomorrow.