Okay, nothing like a clear eye in latest available sat images. With the sun lowering to the west and allowing for some shadow detail in the center area, the visible loop appears to be showing fairly clear evidence of SW shear. The NE quadrant is extended outwards to the NE and the interior appears to be a deep funnel wall. The SW quadrant appears just the opposite, and in fact it looks as if the SW quadrant is being pushed to the NE over the center, giving a near vertical SW cyclonic wall.wall. Looks like good outflow to the NE, not so much to the SW.
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