No real circulation there (yet at least) -- this morning's QuikSCAT over the region caught the convective area to some degree, missing the eastern edge, but hinted at some turning in the winds. However, the vis satellite only shows a very, very weak turning just southwest of Jamaica...not even sure I'd call it a circulation. Nothing on the south end of the convection either, but again that could be a "yet." Something may try to get going there, but there's a fair bit of shear in the region...anything you see will probably end up like the little swirl mentioned above in a fair amount of time.
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