This storm was relatively high based and also just so incredibly outflow dominant. We discuss some telltale signs of how to tell that in this video — the big key is looking for a sustained/consistent source of inflow into the lower levels from the expected position near the Updraft/downdraft interface.
In this case, that’s not present but what is are little scud tags all under the updraft both hanging out and moving every which way (not a good sign for low level storm organization).
While this storm is severe during the filming of this segment, it had very little chance of producing a tornado. A good reminder that not all supercells are necessarily tornadic.