The center is more or less a conglamoration of all of the little vortices spinning about...probably three in total, one that has been really visible on the SW side of the storm this morning. The broad center is probably just east of 85W and just south on 25 N. If one of them could ever take over or they converge into one true center, we could see some development of the storm. Otherwise, in a weaker state it will remain.
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