Definitely looking forward to tomorrow after perusing the 12z NAM and GFS. Great mid and upper level support as a strong jet slams into the warm sector right around peak heating. Great directional shear and moisture pulling into the sfc low in the western TX Panhandle near 00Z with dewpoints along the red river nearing 60-65F. My only real worry is a weakness in the hodographs and even some S-shaped ones further east. Could lead to some messy HP modes. Pretty confident, however, we'll have a pretty obvious target near Childress, and any storms that should fire on that dryline bulge should move at a reasonable storm motion (less than 30 knots) and interact favorably with a E/W draped warm front. Downside to tomorrow will be hordes, as it's such an "easy" target.