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Scott and I set up near Dimmit, TX. on this chase day and waited for storms to blow up. We were in perfect position as a supercell took shape nearby. We intercepted this storm and saw a developing wall cloud taking shape.1 Is that a funnel dangling from the side of it? Hard to tell, but if it was, it didn't last very long. The wall cloud began getting better defined and was pulling a lot of dust into it.2 A lot of interesting scud lowerings were noted, as the wall cloud eventually became outflow dominated.3 A few minutes later, the wall began to wrap back up and get tighter in appearence,4 so we positioned ourselves for better contrast. As we were getting ourselves in better position, a rain wrapped tornado formed and lasted a few minutes.5 After the tornado dissipated, we moved into a position to see if another mesocyclone would form. As a new updraft area began taking shape, the inflow created an odd looking, layered beaver's tail.6 From this point, we watched a very weak meso form, along with some interesting cloud features and some spectacular lightning.7 Quite a day was capped with off with a gorgeous sunset and mammatus.8