Had a few responses already to this, but here's my thoughts: A is primarily just convection firing up in response to divergent winds aloft on the SE side of an upper-level trough. B is the focus for the next possible TD, while C bears some watching down the road but is too far east and not well-enough organized to be too concerned with yet.
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