Erika's organization is pretty messy this morning. There is a notable surface spin over Guadeloupe, moving southwest, but that may be the original central vortex from last night that rotated back out from under the convection. Recon got a center fix an hour ago well east of Guadeloupe. New convection is firing even farther east. What we possibly have is a mean center with little vorts rotating around it.
It's interesting that Erika will now likely track over the northern Leeward islands.
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