Here are some images I prepared from the March 10 data, including the area around both south tropical disturbances and the SED. Both STrD-1 and -2 show the well-known southward deflection of the SEBs.
Most interesting is the appearance of the SED along the SEBn in methane absorption. It appears to consist of a main methane-dark complex at L1=220 and at least three smaller methane-dark spots between L1=183-203. These methane-dark spots correspond to blue-grey features along the SEBn in visible light. This appearance is similar to the NEBs projections. Ovals A8 and BA are methane-bright. Oval A0 is undetectable in methane-absorption images.
The SED should be crossing the CM around 2 am AEST next Saturday morning and around 3.30 am next Sunday morning.