It actually looks like Alberto might be trying to fire off some convection in the bands just to the SW of the LLCC. This could be due, in part, to the gradual moistening of the surrounding air, allowing convection to occur more easily. Also, the centre seems to still be in a state of flux, with the main circulation north of the Yucatan, and a second circulation centre to its NNE, having emerged from the edge of the convective mass to the east of the cyclone.
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