Appears far south on vis loops but still trying to form a center. I figure the somewhere near 10.5N/59W is where the rotation will focus, since the bands to the north/northeast are still a sickle shape. It is very close though, but even if it does interact with land, I think it is a go as it moves west norrthwest during the next couple of days, which may slow it's intensification. That isn't necessarily a good thing though down the road. Let's see what the recon finds. Cheers!! Steve H.
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