We ended up quickly deciding to make a play on developing cells just west of York, NE. One of the cells quickly took on supercell charictaristics. We witnessed a funnel cloud near Stockham, NE. There was a brief/weak pencil/rope tornado touchdown in an open field. We then witnessed a rain wrapped tornado to our northwest, near Hampton, NE, associated with a secondary meso behind the main cell. A newer meso started to develop just to our southwest and ended up moving overhead, before dropping a longer lasting tornado just south of I-80, just south of Bradshaw, NE. This tornado crossed I-80 and continued north-northeast as we followed it. We did come across some damage, which included snapped power poles and an irrigation system that was twisted and flipped. This storm went on to produce one more tornado near Osceola, which we missed due to a blocked road.
This was probably the second best chase I have been on to date, the best being April 9th, 2011 in E. Nebraska/W. Iowa.
On this chase we ended up with three tornadoes which ties it with the 4/9/11 event for the most in one day/chase.
Pictures from this chase are in the weather photography section.
Here is video of the last tornado we witnessed, near Bradshaw, NE: