Well, the circulation has definitely stopped moving westward. I cannot detect much movement at all in the last few frames of the visible. We might be seeing the beginning of a north to northeast movement. The center is entirely exposed, but it is very well-defined, and I wonder if we will see new convection build up closer to the center this afternoon. For as lopsided and exposed as the system is now, it does not appear to be dissipating. I suspect a flareup of thunderstorms closer to the center this afternoon.
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