I'm getting a jump in the satellite frames. Missing data. So I'm doing a two frame loop. From 1715Z to 0045Z.
Here's my observation. The open 'eye' area that you see. May be the old eye, and relative to the Southern side of the storm. The new eye feature that I refered to, is offset to the east of the Southern semicircle. So I see the south half, with the old eye in the middle. And the north half with the new eye in the middle.
Now take the north half and slide it east until the outer edge of the heavier color is even with the old eye. I hope that makes sense.
Not a sheared look. But more of a eye reformation type look.
edit-now that I'm getting new frames. My description above doesn't carry through.~danielw
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