Yes, you can definitely see a spin to the 91L. It looks like it is trying to move to N and then NW, but it's hard to tell with just the few loops we have this morning. Interesting that there has not yet been a statement on this one. Maybe they're biding their time, and it may just be a hybrid system. However, it does look more promising than the other one did as far as a rotation. It will be interesting to see what happens during the remainder of the day.
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