May 31st had potential in the western Texas panhandle and southeastern New Mexico. Storms exploded in New Mexico, and a couple became tornado warned. Those clustered and moved into west Texas. A few hours later, more storms formed near Roswell. With good upslope flow, decent moisture and instability, they quickly became severe. One storm, on the southern end of a cluster, became a supercell. The structure was amazing and the electrification was phenomenal! We stayed with it till dark when it weakened and the lightning ceased. One of the prettiest LP supercells of the season to date! Enjoy the pics!