According to the Satellite visible loop and other data, it appears that there are two different circulation centers associated with this system. The more defining one is located at 26N 87W as of this posting time (4:41PM EST) and consists of a mid to low level circulation, and is crawling west. The second circulation center, consisting of a high level circulation, is located at 27.5N 86W and is again crawling west.
The system is looking a little better today, but is still a long ways off from developing into anything significant. Although there is still some dry air present, the last few water vapor slides in the loops shows the dry air pocket in the central GoM closing up as more moisture works in from the west.
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