If you also look at the radar presentation, it's eroding/elongating to the west. What do you have to say about this? I'm not saying the circulation isn't there, it's just not clearly defined at all, with winds below TS grade (hence the tropical depression status).
stuff on the western side looks the same as it did this morning. you can't really equate what the precip zone from an altostratus deck at h50-h70 around convection is doing to the organization of the surface center. it warped funny against the banding last night, too, yet the center has held its own. -HF
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