Hard to tell if that's a monster TDS coming up on Dumas, AR or not. Once more it seems to be a little displaced from the strongest part of the couplet. Then again I haven't seen any really obvious (Say, Greensboro/Brent on Thursday) signatures today; as the storms apart from Shreveport again seem to be peaking far from the radars.
Short Cordova to Jasper chase, a mostly dying supercell that was still spinning but winding down as the sun set over Walker county. It originated over in central Mississippi, passing just south of GWX with a very well defined hook, though the fairly straight hodographs this afternoon and relatively weak 0-1km srh limited very low level rotation and it never went tornado warned. Rotation was picking up again as we headed out to it, near Berry with a clear meso, but soon after that the severe warning was allowed to expire as it started weakening. Walker was only ever under a significant wx advisory.
RS loops with location from photo locations
We sped south to Cordova to get ahead of it because it was significantly right-moving ENE while it was over Fayette county and that would've taken it across the interstate just north of the Cordova exit on I-22; however as the sun set it weakened significantly and the deviant right motion stopped, shunting it NE to right over Jasper. That said, the overpass in Cordova was a great spot regardless because it has a very good view of the sky to the NW.
View of entire updraft base from overpass as soon as we got there
Video capture of nice lightning shot between the precip and the rain free base
Southwest flank, looking toward whatever remained of the flanking line (main updraft to the right)
Updraft base lit up by lightning flash in video capture
Night-mode photo capture as we headed back toward Jasper, right side of pic is lit by Jasper city lights as storm headed toward downtown
Velocity actually picked up a little in the dying storm for a couple frames as it passed right over downtown Jasper, and I thought I could see a well defined ragged lowering crossing the interstate (we parked off Industrial Blvd after getting off the interstate) but it's quite foggy out so I assume with lowering LCLs it was likely scud as the storm continued to weaken
Got a vauge view of the storm vertically as it headed off NE reflected off the city lights; still a fairly robust structure but was completely falling apart on radar by this time
Mount Enterprise, TX:
For some reason TalkWeather wouldn't let me upload the first two screenshots, the first one showed a destroyed carport and the second showed a home with a good portion of the roof ripped off