The good thing about this fascinating discussion about eyewall mesovortices and subsidence, etc. is that we almost certainly have gotten a mountain of excellent close-range data since the storm happened to pass right over a rather well-equipped island... which is horrible news for Bermuda, of course, but as they say, rising from the ashes of tragedy...
Usually when we get land observations from hurricanes, the land mass has changed the storm's structure significantly. Bermuda is small enough that we're basically (and technically) sampling a mid-ocean storm at surface level. Talk about needle in a haystack. But really, "I'll see your dropsonde and raise you a weather balloon!" How awesome is that?!
...but still, though, a lot more interesting than the 2013 season.
Not a meteorologist, in fact more of an idiot than anything. You should probably check with the NHC or a local NWS office for official information.