Quote: Looking at more IR graphics (SSD, a different NASA GOES ) I think the system's gaining some convection to the south, but also think the center of rotation is shifting eastward substantially. It will be interesting if the center of pressure also moves over. It looks to be reorganizing some right now - which would explain the poor appearence of what had been the center.
Wait and see...morning might bring more clues.
You can definitely see the convection blowing off of the Yucatan
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