Well, the AVN shear forecast through Monday along 91L's most likely tracks can scarcely be called hostile, actually (LINK), and there is a fair to good chance that the upper-level anticyclone currently riding atop and along with the cyclone will continue to do so, more or less, for at least another day or two, and possibly quite a bit longer.
All in all, I think 91L has unusually strong prospects for more development, given the time of year.
91L's broader LLC looks just about centered with the obvious MLC.
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