OK, last post for today - its getting late over here! Satellite imagery shows that this disturbance is still very one sided, and not organised. There continues to be signs of a more defined circulation east of Grand Abaco, in much the same place as it has been most of the day. Most of the convection appears to be in 2 poorly defined bands... one to the east-northeast of the 'centre' and one more to the northeast or north. The whole thing is still not moving very fast either. NHC did say in their TWO that upper level winds are becoming more favourable, and with the convective maximum coming later this might be the push that this thing needs.
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