Actually, I think the circulation looks better, and a small bit of convection has developed near it. Although some of the convection has died, that convection was farther from the center.
Latest recon was a 46 kt W-WNW wind (290 degrees) at 20.0/93.5.
I wouldn't be surprised if it's upgraded at 5. Then again, I wouldn't be suprised if it's not. Depends on how that convection near the center evolves, and whether the NHC thinks it's separated enough from the front.
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