i think they went through the eyewall... because at 23:34:00Z at 14.80N 64.92W the plane was at alt. (~ 20.57 inHg) 2,794 meters (~ 9,167 feet) and had a flight level wind of - From 213° at 104 knots (From between the SSW and SW at ~ 119.6 mph) ***Notice its from the SW... Inbound had a NE wind *** and the air temp got up to about 63F when the winds got light... and then as they went out.. temps back in the 40'sF... alt at the 63.2F was at about 8k ft
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Wx Data: KFLPANAM23 / CW8771
2012== 23/10/9/5 sys/strms/hurr/majh
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