looks like recon flew through the center at 05:54:00Z at 16.85N 71.6667W.. possible pressure around 985.9 mb (~ 29.11 inHg)... there at 3,033 meters (~ 9,951 feet). flt. level wind From 331° at 1 knots (From the NNW at ~ 1.1 mph)... they appeared to have hit the NE part of the eyewall.. they came in from NW and then got to the center and then flew to the NE and then turned to the SE..
more data on outbound:
05:58:30Z 16.7667N 71.5W plane alt. 3,063 meters (~ 10,049 feet) Flt. Lvl. Wind (30s): From 201° at 73 knots (From the SSW at ~ 83.9 mph)
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