Here is current radar:
11:35 p.m. - Storms have moved out of our area. One supercell meant business for hours. Storm spotters observed tornadoes from in near Dora, NM, crossing the state line, east of Muleshoe, north of Earth, near Sunnyside and northwest of Hart. We don't have any initial reports of damage, but it's tough to gather in the darkness of night.
Storms have moved out of the area. It'll stay quiet tonight. Slight chance for storms east, off of the Caprock, late Monday.
8:48 p.m. - A confirmed tornado was reported at 7:40p MDT/8:40p CDT near Dora.
8:07 p.m. - A tornado watch is in effect for Lubbock and counties in blue below until 2 a.m. Monday.
Also, a confirmed tornado was reported by NWS Albuquerque for this storm near Pep. Latest indications are it is still producing a tornado in Roosevelt County, moving ENE at 35mph.
3:45 p.m. - The Storm Prediction Center has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the western South Plains and Eastern New Mexico until 10 p.m. CDT.
Main concerns will be large hail and flooding with any storms that develop. Storms will likely develop well into New Mexico, then could spread into the western South Plains later this evening.
Next few days look quieter, though a few storms will be possible east of Lubbock Monday afternoon.