We were losing daylight fast, but we finally crossed the river again just south of Sioux City, Iowa and tried to go after one more storm. However, we simply did not have enough light. This final storm produced the day’s only other EF-4 and put on quite a show lightning wise from a distance. Meandering through northwest Iowa back roads, we eventually made our way back to interstate 29 and stopped for a steak dinner in Vermillion, South Dakota where we uploaded our footage to the media. Some of the video was featured on the Weather Channel and ABC’s Good Morning America. After dinner we made the long journey home, still running on adrenaline. This was same storm system caused the crippling blizzard in western South Dakota. While we were too far east to experience the snow, we did run into some very strong winds thanks to the very tight pressure gradient and hazardous fog/mist near the SD/ND border. By 4:30 AM, we were back in Grand Forks. The chase was an ultimate success. The target was good, the decisions made during the chase were excellent, and we saw a violent tornado that did not kill anyone. It was definitely an experience that none of us will ever forget.