There is almost nothing near the center - the question becomes: will the center relocate, will it fall apart, or will it fire up more convection. There is a mass of convection south of the center that I'm not sure if it's associated with the TS or if it's intruding from another system. Hard to tell from IR.
As for storm tracks, every interesting ones out now. Most of them take it toward FL still, but a few are shifting left. Personally, I believe the system is still too ill-defined for the models to really get a good handle on it's track, and thus I wouldn't trust any of them right now.
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