I see the low level circulation as well, and there seems to be convection firing up just to the east of the center of circulation and trying to wrap around it a little bit, although something, probably some dry air, is keeping the west side of the system devoid of any significant storms. It seems the circulation reformed overnight from it's previous position to a new position of 21.75N and 76W, which appears to be generally moving to the NW.
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