I’m thinking my hastily chosen hypothetical initial chase target for today (Childress TX) was a bit further east than it could have been. Nonetheless a start in that general area would have allowed an intercept of at least one if not several supercells that traversed the Texas Panhandle this afternoon. Here’s a radar depiction from the Amarillo site at 5:34 pm CST:
The white star denotes Childress, which lies roughly an hour and a half east of the track of these severe warned discrete supercells.
Been flipping through several live streams in order to chase vicariously through video. Likely won’t see anything like these storms again until next spring!