On the vis you can see a weak swirl at 23.8n and 89.0w.. moving at about 15 mph to the wnw or so... shear is pounding it so if this is a true LLC, it's not in a very healthly environment.... this is all well removed from the main body of convection.... maybe this will wash out and relocate closer to the main convection, don't know... but it's definitely turning at that location.... these things never stop amazing me.....or surprising me either
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