Radar - including velocity data - plus surface and ship obs, strongly suggest that a surface circulation center exists and is co-located with the vigorous mid-level circulation center (complete with an eye-like feature), and has just made landfall east of Ponce, PR.
Velocity data near the time of landfall were showing winds of about 60-70 mph at 1,500'
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