I finally got a chance to view some visible imagery and the low is definitely moving west. Easterly surface winds are steering the low center because it has not developed vertically enough to be influenced by upper level winds. Any mid level center will be pushed east, with the low level center pushed west. This won't allow for the vertical stacking necessary for development. Plus, the low center is moving directly into very dry air as seen on water vapor imagery. Doesn't look too good for development. We'll have to see how much the shear diminishes and if the low survives.
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