Nice discussion and certainly salient points. I am obviously not soId on this system. I do not see any west component in the circulation envelope that is associated with a center. There are three little clusters of convection building in the 16+ 67 vicinity where NHC want to place a center, but...no w-e component there. Otherwise there is evidence of a sharp wind shift in the south but again no true west component... we will see if the convection near 16+ can maintain and take control. I find it very strange to have a "tropical storm" with this poor organization, to wit: no true circulation center.
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