The radar from San Juan does suggests a vortex north of the Island, that has a definite westerly component. The motion of this feature is mostly toward the west. Anything south of the Island seems to be moving in the same direction of the system generally, without any definite closed circulation. There is a suggestion of counter-clockwise motion south of the Island but it has no westerly component at all, and would therefore be a wave that is being incorporated into the still organizing system. That is how I see it as of now. I agree modeling needs to be secondary until after a definite LLC develops.
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