Two things team:
1) It has been a fairly active morning in west-central Florida this morning. A nice MCS fueled by a nighttime LLJ and eastern moving cold front has produced a tornado or two (actually spotted, but also reported "numerous" times according to SPC's storm report page), along with other wind reports. Unfortunately, Florida is a crappy chase state, but hey...it's something to talk about this morning!
2) While this is only one severe weather index, it got me excited for some Sunday Evening Severe Weather (note: from twisterdata.com 12Z NAM 31 Mar 2011):
Also, here's a 12 Z NAM Mar 31 2011 sounding from Kansas City, MO (update of Chris's post, but with NAM instead since it's what I was looking at when writing this post, and GFS 12 Z wasn't done updating yet; also from Twister Data):
Also, can the storm track please shift north soon so that chasing can come closer to Madison, WI?