I agree Colleen, also notice there is convection starting to fire up on the west side of the center... which is a first... best I can determine is the center is around 25.2 and 85.1.... but the main feature is the convection starting up on the nw and west side of the center... albeit not much, there had been none throughout the history of storm... NNW looks about right for motion...
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