I am watching towers from salina, KS right now. I can’t bring myself to chase the dryline in south central Kansas. The veering low level winds and the NE to SW orientation of the boundary down there are a deal breaker for me right now. With the boundary oriented that way and a meridional component to mid/upper flow and veering low level winds storms will want to parallel the boundary, which doesn’t bode well for convective evolution if you’re after tornadoes. I hate not covering Wichita, but I think the tornado chances are better near the triple point. There are concerns up here as well. Convective evolution is a bit uncertain, resident time along the warm front and recovery in the wake of morning convection being the biggest concerns.