I think the boys down at the NHC got their observations correct. If you put the visual imagery in motion, you can clearly see several LL vortices within the main circulation which is quite broad, and what was the LLC isn't as clearly defined. It's hard not to argue with it's subtropical appearance and the LLC could very well try and relocate itself under the convection. Noted right near the end of frames you could see one cell near the old LLC, which clearly indicates it's top being blown to it's NE and E. Tops over the main convection are being shunted E and ESE at about 30 to 40 knots. As good as the LLC looked earlier, it doesn't now, and appears to becoming elongated. As for convection away from the center, with good upper difluence and upper support more common in dynamic systems, it isn't beyond the rim of seeing some severe weather over FL reaching warning critieria.
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