That's consistent with the recon data: Location: 142 miles (229 km) to the E (90°) from Melbourne, FL, USA. This was near the first wind shift. But it's on the western edge of the main cloud pattern. Multiple vortice system?? Wind switched from NE to E to SE in less than 17 miles. Wind speeds from the SE direction are consistent with a NE Quadrant measurement. I.e. greater speeds.
Recon has turned north. So they are still looking for the Center. At the turn: Optional Data... Estimated Surface Wind: From 120° at 30 knots (From the ESE at ~ 34.5 mph) Remarks Section... Surface Wind Speed (likely by SFMR): 29 knots (~ 33.4mph)
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