Barry and I headed westward from Huntsville, AL via HW-72 and rather surprisingly, we quickly came upon a dying supercell that produced a brief funnel 6 miles west of Walnut, MS around 3:40 PM CDT (2040 UTC). We eventually met up with Dr. Bill McCaul in Walnut, MS and decided to pursue a pair of storms northwest of Tupelo, near Booneville. Although we were able to see some spectacular cloud-to-ground lightning, excellent structure, and a couple of wall clouds, the storms didn't produce any tornadoes near us. However, these storms did produce tornadoes earlier near the towns of New Albany and Keownville, and later on near Corinth. Check out the video below for time-lapse shots of the supercells.