Yesterday was a down day, as the cold front had swept the moisture away. Not too far, however.
This morning we woke up with a lot moire moisture in the air (dewpoint approaching 20) and an outflow boundary nearby from overnight storms in Oklahoma. The moisture is streaming northwest, and a short-wave trough can be seen coming out of the desert southwest.
As a result, the SPC has issued a moderate risk for severe thunderstorms pretty much in the area we had been focusing on. Good.
So we will see what today brings, but I remain optimistic.