More often than not, supercells come bearing tornadoes after dark, at least in this segment of Tornado Alley. This does not mean, however, that you want to see them in broad daylight:
This footage dates from May 2016, from what looks like US 385 near Wray, Colorado.
“Storm chasers almost never get swept up by tornadoes because the sheer weight of their balls keeps them anchored to the ground.” Gotta remember that word “almost.”
El Reno, Oklahoma, 2013. Four storm chasers were swept up and swept away, bringing the total to, um, four.