A documentary titled: 'Hurricane Circuit' on Weather Bureau's Hurricane Warning Center in Miami, Florida. View of the Caribbean Sea. People standing at a harbor. Several boats anchored at the harbor. The people load their produces in the boats. Men and women standing on a pier. A car passing on the pier. A woman carrying a container on her head walking along. The Caribbean Sea and Florida located on an animated map. Florida is known for its forests, phosphate industry, farms, cattle and winter sports. Key West, Tampa and Miami located on the map. Aerial view of houses and buildings along a sea shore. Animation shows the movement of a hurricane. Rubbled houses and buildings. The Capitol building in the foreground. Buildings of the Navy Department. The building of the Hurricane Warning Weather Bureau Forecast Center in Miami. Men and women working inside the building. A woman and a man typing a document on tele typewriter. Animation shows how and from where the weather information is received. Cloud and sea condition, parametric condition, temperature and pressure conditions are analyzed.
A documentary on Weather Bureau's Hurricane Warning Center in Miami, Florida. An aircraft in flight overhead. A routine report is sent by the crew of the aircraft to the hurricane center. The pilot, he co-pilot, the navigator and other members of the crew seated inside the aircraft. Weather conditions are observed and recorded. A radar operator working and looking for any unusual conditions. The information is transmitted to the center. Women working and typing messages at the center. A map locates Miami and information about weather conditions is circulated to other areas from Miami. A ship underway at sea. Men locating the position of a hurricane on a map. They discuss amongst themselves. The crew of the aircraft being instructed by an officer. An airplane parked at an air base. It takes off. Animation shows the position of the hurricane and the air movement. The information is circulated to people. A man reading news about the hurricane in a newspaper. A man and a woman seated at a beach. A sailing boat underway in the foreground.
A documentary on Weather Bureau's Hurricane Warning Center in Miami, Florida. A map locates Miami. A hurricane is increasing in size and density. The Hurricane Warning Center receives information from ships, airplanes and islands. Officers discuss about the hurricane. They locate the position of the hurricane on a map. Men and women working in the Hurricane Warning Center. The movement of the storm is carefully watched. Crew of an aircraft being instructed by an officer. They board an aircraft. The aircraft in flight. People all over the country are alerted about the hurricane. A man talking over a phone. People seated at a beach. Men playing golf outside a building.
A documentary on Weather Bureau's Hurricane Warning Center in Miami, Florida. An aircraft in flight overhead. It flies over the clouds. It heads towards a hurricane. Crew members locate positions and watch through different instruments in order to ensure reaching the eye of the hurricane. The radar operator watching through the radar scope. A contact is established with the navy base in Miami. The information is given to the hurricane center. A man locates the position of the hurricane on a map. Warnings about the hurricane are given to people. Traffic on a street. Policemen alerting people about the hurricane. The Red Cross distributes food and medicines to people. Coast Guard patrol airplanes giving out the warnings. Men discussing. Shutters and windows of houses and buildings are closed. The roofs of the houses are tied up.
A documentary on Weather Bureau's Hurricane Warning Center in Miami, Florida. A map locates Miami. A hurricane strikes the city. Buildings in the area. A Red Cross vehicle parked on a street. Rain falls. High waves in the sea. Wind blow trees.
A documentary on Weather Bureau's Hurricane Warning Center in Miami, Florida. A man instructing students about a hurricane. They discuss about the conditions present when hurricanes develop. Animation shows the process of formation of hurricanes. Large masses of air become warm and moist. It is replaced by air flowing from all directions. Aerial view of a sea. The air starts moving in a circular motion. The progressive motion of the air begins and it becomes a hurricane. Men and women working in the Hurricane Warning Center analyze these conditions. Buildings along street sides. Traffic on a street. Aerial view of people seated in a stadium watching a horse race. Men holding a balloon for daily weather report. They analyze the weather conditions.