An intense late fall storm system produced severe thunderstorms, damaging hailed, and large tornadoes at dusk/after sunset to the Eastern Texas Panhandle Monday evening. Footage beings with pre-storm, late Fall colors in the eastern Texas panhandle blowing in the intense southerly breeze. Moves into the first funnel cloud 10m south of Groom, Texas. Proceeds into dusk footage of a secondary funnel cloud at Groom, followed by large, intense tornadoes south/east of Pampa, Texas. The largest of the tornadoes were documented looking north from HW 60, 10-15m west/southwest of Miami, Texas between 6:50-7:10 p.m. CT. Due to low contrast video, footage concludes southwest of Miami around 7:30 p.m.