After working the day shift, I chased a high-based supercell storm that first formed east of Meade, KS. I made it to the inflow sector of this storm at Englewood and continued to follow it south and southeast. The storm was high-based, but revealed some nice scalloped updraft structure at times, especially west-northwest of Buffalo, OK. The storm eventually died without much in the way of redevelopment other than a few small cells back close to the KS-OK border. At close to sunset, there was an amazing display of crepuscular rays which made for nice photography.