Okay, I'm ready to make another case for the first vortex.
It's not the direct weathermaker, but it's dominating after all.
The new eyes we've been seeing are local vortices generated by its tug
around its center. THey're where the weather is, it's where the most
persistent low is.
On the last view, on the red spot circling on south Yucatan, well
Hellofit is, it's taking a southerly track.
It looks as though it's going to ride Guatemala's north border. It may
never GO into the Bay of Campeche. It may go drown Chiapas instead.
Dragging ass over shoulders 'way back around counterclockwise, it
stretches air and has generated the eastern series of vortices, making
the white-top weather out there.
See how Intellicast has bent the projected track southwards -- nearly
due west now. http://www.intellicast.com/Tropical/World/UnitedStates/HurTrack1/
If this isn't entirely coherent, I apologize. But I'm leaning back
toward thinking the one that went ashore last night is still boss even
though it's not a weather generator.
Hawg knows how this scenario plays out. Looks like a weathermaker
destabilizing air off Belize and firing big rainclouds for quite a