11am Recon - the 10NM eye has officially reformed enough to be considered an eye apparently. We now have 10NM and 60NM concentric eyewalls. Winds appear way down - only recording of 67KT FL winds for 964mb pressure - thats indicates TS force surface winds with Cat 3 pressure - wow. If this thing can keep its pressure down, I'd expect the winds to recover fairly quickly once the eye becomes less ragged.
419 URNT12 KNHC 231514 VORTEX DATA MESSAGE A. 23/14:58:20Z B. 22 deg 43 min N 085 deg 52 min W C. 700 mb 2787 m D. 60 kt E. 312 deg 104 nm F. 036 deg 067 kt G. 306 deg 034 nm H. 964 mb I. 12 C/ 3047 m J. 14 C/ 3045 m K. 13 C/ NA L. OPEN NW M. CO10-60 N. 12345/ 7 O. 0.02 / 2 nm P. AF304 2124A WILMA OB 05 MAX FL WIND 67 KT NW QUAD 14:49:00 Z MAX WIND BAND 60NM DIAMETER WITH SMALLER EYEWALL FORMING WITHIN.
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