I made this observation and close up sketch about 11:00 am local time. I tried to use 167x but the seeing would not support that magnification. I could not see any faculae but that might have been due to a combination of seeing conditions and the fact that the AR has rotated in a good ways from the limb now.
Like AK above, I saw the umbra in two parts separated by what looks like a light bridge to me. Light bridges are often an indication of instability so maybe the spot is decaying already? Or maybe getting ready to flare?
The seeing wasn't good enough to see more than just hints of filamentary structure in the penumbra. The AR was followed by 2 small pores. I thought I saw 3 when I first began studying the AR but then one disappeared. Or maybe it was the seeing.
Sketch was done at the eyepiece with 2B, HB, and 9B pencils and a stump on Strathmore medium paper. The sketch was flipped digitally to give the correct image view.
Edited by Special Ed, 10 April 2019 - 02:16 PM.