We started our last day of the season from Chadron with Thunderstorms looking likely to roll off the Front Range of Wyoming and into the Nebraska Panhandle. Seeing as we needed to be in or near Denver for flying home day on Saturday we needed to start North and end South so any storms that would move into South Dakota we would have to leave in the early evening. A few Storms initiated around 3pm west of Lusk and we watched these for a few hours before dropping south towards Torrington and then into Nebraska around the Scottsbluff area. The Tornado risk today was low to almost zero so some structure and cloud art for the Photographers on the trip was needed and today did not let us down. Some Pictures below of the structure in Wyoming and the Sunset from Nebraska to end the Season.