After looking at the last visual shots of the day it appears that 93L is mostly Upper Level. There doesn't appear to be much at the lower or mid levels. Save for a recent small burst to the south. It would probably take advantage of strengthening tonight since it's structure would support it. I'd say almost a TD by morning. As for direction it's probably too early to speculate but a very slow NW track is my best guess.
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