The remnants of Emily's low-level circulation have cleared Hispaniola and Cuba, and the "center" is now located just north of central Cuba's coast (south of Andros Island, Bahamas). There is deep convection associated with the system, but it's displaced to the east. I added a red X to the visible satellite image below to highlight where the surface circulation is located as of this writing since it's quite far from obvious. I also added estimated locations over the past two days to give you an idea of where this ill-defined circulation has traveled.
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