Right now through the Upton County/Midland County, there is a pretty awsome bow echo complex moving NEE at a moderate speed. I believe along with this storm, there will be some damaging winds, and already there is a severe thunderstorm warning/tornado warning, along with a continuing severe thunderstorm watch, until later hours. If you look at the storm you can see marginal rotation, but doesn't look extremely severe, however this storm is expected to weaken, due to the conflicting airmass, it is proceeding into. I still think tornado production in this is fairly slim, due to certain conditions. I'd say there is an embedded supercell somewhere in this complex, too. But a favorible thing, is the helicity, here which may render the storms lifetime to a much greater length, perhaps a couple more hours. Oh, and pretty weak veering/backing winds.