The Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment-Southeast (VORTEX-SE) is an effort to understand how environmental factors characteristic of the southeastern United States affect the formation, intensity, structure, and path of tornadoes in this region. The March-April 2017 project involved the NOAA P-3 which investigated isolated severe storms and quasi-linear convective systems (QLCS). The aircraft flew on the leading edge of 2 isolated super cellular storms 0n April 5, 2017 between Birmingham, AL and Atlanta, GA at ~1500 m MSL to observe several bowing segments that possibly indicated the presence of circulations. Analyses will be presented to illustrate the low-level flow and reflectivity structure of these case studies and contrast them with previous analyses of airborne Doppler analyses of supercells (e.g., Ziegler et al. 2001 Newcastle–Graham, Texas, Storm Complex during VORTEX1).