Andy: For the last hour or so, I've thought it looked like MLC's or LLC's were trying to form in both blobs. I'm not sure if that's just me seeing things (I think that's probably the case), or if that's what's really going on. I think we need a few more images in the loops to get a better idea.
I suspect if that is what's happening, 1 will quickly become dominant. It's unlikely 2 would persist, particularly because they likely will interact with each other to some degree. (And I don't think it's that unusual to temporarily have a couple of weak circulations within a broad area of low pressure/trough like this, but getting 2 separate, organized systems is not likely.)
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