This was the last chase day of the trip. Rob, Mitch, Jay, and I decided to target a tornado potential in southern Oklahoma on this day. We started in Dodge City without a defined target. When we reached Wichita, we decided to play the southern potential east of a dryline where CAPE was approaching 7,000! A supercell formed rapidly southwest of Ardmore. The storm showed some promise for developing a tornado early in its life just north and northeast of Ardmore, but it never did. The supercell evolved into a HP mess as we ventured deeper into the woods in the Ravia and Tishomingo area. We completed this chase and trip admiring an incredible lightning show from a second supercell to our south after dark. We stayed in OKC this night, and we dropped off Rob and Mitch at OKC airport the next morning.