Animation depicts the direction and speed of the wind during a hurricane in the United States.
Miami Florida USA Date:1955 Duration:3 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
The role of Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four and the Joint Hurricane Warning Center in Miami, Florida. Eye of a tropical cyclone. A cloud cover and stormy seas, a ship sails through rough waters. Rainfall and strong winds as a hurricane hits an area. Damaged ships in a port, probably from Hurricane Carol in 1954. Trees fall in the street. Traffic light blows in the wind. Damaged boat seen, 'Angler N.Y.' Joint Hurricane Warning Center in Miami, Florida. A sign reads 'US Department of Commerce Weather Bureau'. Warning flags on a ship. A ship underway at sea. A reconnaissance aircraft in flight to warn against the hurricane. Men work on a weather map. Animation tracks the course of a hurricane, depicts months of hurricane occurrence, direction and speed of the wind.
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