Nah, 90L got the bump to TD6 and has been interacting with old 98L all day. I think that, along with some moderate SW shear, is probably what caused the deterioation throughout the day. Once one solid center consolidates and it gets tucked under the ridge I would expect things to begin organizing again. Until then it's gonna need good luck not getting torn to pieces. IMO of course.
edit: couple typos and Ed beat me by a minute on the 90/98 L thing
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