The jumpiness of Laura continues tonight. The very impressive mesolow from earlier today likely could have become the new dominant CoC given enough time, but ran into land.
Tonight, deep convection with very cold cloud tops are firing south of Hispaniola, and this is where the current recon mission is finding a renewed, dominant center, with a Vortex message possibly coming out for a location near 17.3N 69.4W, and roughly within the red circle seen in the image uploaded below.
It would seem that Laura is tracking west, or perhaps west-southwest, while now centered fairly south of the Dominican Republic.
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