On H2O imagery, it looks like there was a small vortex rounding the base of the trough which helped turn the storm a little. The base of the trough is in the north-cent. GOM, and is having an effect on the system. This trough has likely bottomed, but it is responsible for whatever turn has been seen to this point, and is still drawing it up as we speak.
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