I estimate the MLC at roughly 27.5N 89.8W, as of this reply. Not as confident where the LLC is in relation to that, but I think it's very close. It is a little bewildering that area obs of surface pressures are not yet falling much at all in response to the improvements today, but then again, 95L is not a particularly deep cyclone with a tiny inner core, and most likely most of the action still remains aoa 925mb. Recon might be useful right now - 95L is probably just too small for the existing surface samples to give a clear picture.
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