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                BUL~INS  AND AWISORIES ISSUED BY
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     WEATHER BuRE9U AIRFORT STATION; SAN JUAN, PWATO RIOO,
              WEATHER BUREAU OFFICE, MwlI, FLORIDA

                               AND




0300 EST SEPTEMBER 22, 1955 THIIDUGH 2300 EST S E F T m R 29, 1955




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       National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
               Weather Bureau Hurricane Series




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SAN J   U ~         BUREAU ADVISORY NuplaER 1 JANET 12 MIINIGHT &T SEPT 22 1955

A TROPICAL STORM HAS IEVEILX%D IN THE ATLANTIC AND AT 12 MINIGHT AST. .04CW.
IT IS ESTIMATED TO BE CENTERED NEAR LATITUDE 1 . NORTH LONGITUIE 5 . WEST OR
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ABOUT 350 MILES EASTSOUTHEBT OF YAITINIQUE FRENCH WEST INDIES. HIGHEST W I N E
ARE ESTIMATED 60 TO 65 MH OVER SI"KLL AREA NEAR THE CENTER AND G i l l 3 W I N D 6 EX'TEND
                           P
                                                             J
OUTWAX) 50 TO 75 MILES I N NORTHERN SEMICIRCLE AND 40 MILES D SOUTHERN SEMICIRCLE.
IT SS ESTIMATJ2D TO BE MOVING BETWEEDJ WEST AND CESTNORT-T   AT ABOUT 14 TO 16 MPH.
MOTION WEST AN3 MESTNORTHWEST IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE AT APPFtOXIMATELY
       BET%EEN
                                                            N
THE S M M T E FOR "HE NEXT 12 Io wI!lX FURTHER I N W E E I INTENSIITY. VESSELS
     A E                         fm
IN PATH OF THE STORM SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION AND SMALL CRAMl I N THE NORTHEXf WIND-.
WmD AND IJjXWARD E L A N = SHOULD REMAJN I N PORT. NEXT AWISORY WILL BE ISSUED AT
6 AM ASTe..lOOOZe

                                               HIGCS NEATIIER EBJRF;AU



SAN JUAN WEATHER BUREAU AINISORY NUMBER 2 JANET 6 AM      AST SEPT 22 1955
NO REPORTS HAVE BEEXI   RECEIVED THIS rZORNING FROM THE VICINITY OF TROPICAL STORM
JmBUT      I 1s ESTINATED
            T               TO BE CENTERXD AT 6 AM AST. .loo02
                                                          0       0  NEAR LATI!CUCIE
1 . NORTH UINGM'UIE 5 . WEST OR ABOUT 250 MILES EAST SOUTHEAST OF FORT
 40                     75                                                        FRANCE
m T m I Q U E m I G WEST OR WESTNORTHWESTWARD ABOUT 15 MPH. HIGHEST WINB ARF, ESTI-
               VN
MATED AT 65 TO 70 MPH OVER A sI"IAu AREA NEAR CENTER AND GALE WINDS EXTEND OUTWARD
100 MILES IN NORTHERN SEMICIRCLE AND 50 TO 75 M I L E S I N SOUTHERN SEMICIRCLE. CON-
TINUED mvEMEEJT TO THE WEST OR WESTNORTHWEST AT ArjOUT 15 MPH IS EXErECIXD FOR THE
NEXT 12 HOURS WITH SLOW INCiREASE I N INTENSITY. VESSEIS IN PATH OF THE STORM SHOULD
EXERCISE CAUTION AND SMALL CR.AFl' I N THE NORTHERN MININARD ISLANE AND THE L m R )
                                                                                 E A3
BLAm SHOULD REMAIN I N PORT* ALL INTERESTS I N THOSE AREAS SHOULD BE ON THE
ALERT FDR FURTHER ADVICES LATER TODAY AF1%R REOONNAISSANCE AfRCRAFT PROBES THE
STORM, THE NEXT AWISORY W I L L BE ISSUED AT 12 MOON AST OR S O W R IF CONDITIONS
WARRANT.
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SAN JUAN WEATHER EUREAU HURRICANE WARNING AND           ADVISORY NmTIBR 3 JANET 12 NOON
AST SEPT 22 1955

HOIST HURRICANE WARNINGS AT 1 2 NOON AST FROM ST LUCIA TO GRENADA INCLUDING
 BAF,BAM)s* NORTE3ST STORM WARbTIKCS NORTH OF ST LUCIA TO COMINICA AND NORTHWEST
STOXY WARNINGS SOUTH OF CrRENADA TO TOBAGO. INTERESTS NORTH OF' ST LUCIk ARE
ALERTED FOR POSSIBLE CHAlTGE TO HURRICpJ?TE WAFlbTINGS LATER TOMY. RECONJAISSANCE
AIRC9AF" LOCffTED THE CFNCER OF HURRICANE JAPET THIS NORMING SOUTH OF THE B T I -
PZAT'ED Pi),SITION GIVEN ON THE PREVIOUS AIWISORY AND AT 1 2 NOON AST o 1 6 0 0 2 . T          I
                            E
W A S STT%\TED TO E Cl3lQERED NEAR LATITULIE 12.9 NORTH LONGITUIE 59.5 WEST OR
AEOUT 149 M U S SOUTIBAST 0 ;MARTIHIQUE HOVING WEST ABOUT 16 MPH. HIGHEST W I N E
                                      1"
,ARE s T ~ T 2 n T E l lTO 115 PlPH OVER A SI'IlLLL ARZA NEAR THE CZNTER AND GALE W I N I I S EX-
TZqD OU34ARD 120 ICUlE QI TKE N O I E R N SEMICIRCLE AND 80 MILES 3 THE SOUTHERN    3
SEi'lICIF,CLE.      LO\EST PXZSSUIIE IS 28-91 INCHES             rB)V%I''ENT TOWBD T€E WEST OR WEST
NORTSrnT AT THE: S&LE SPEED IS EXPECTED FOR THE NEXT 12 HOURS WITH A GRAEJAL IN-
 CRShsE I INTE!;SITY.
            X                    THIS MO'JEP?J;'T M I L L T M E THE CENTER JUST SOUTH OF ST VINCENT
LqTZ THIS ArTP?NOON.             IXTERESTS IN TKE D I S P U Y AREA SHOULD ?AI% PRI;;cAuTIOXS
AGAETST HTJXICiQE3 WINE HIGH TIE23 AND HEAVY SUS. VESSELS I N T 3 PATH OF TIiE      I3
STOR3 SHOULD EXERCISE CALTION AND SMALL CRPLFT' IN T I E WIRTJMiRD AND LEENARD ISLANE
SHOULD REYAIN I? PORT. HURRICANE wuRNI@lCtj ARE DIS€';W-E3D FROM ST LUCIA TO GFWARA
                         )
 m G U D I N G BARBAES. NORTHZAST STOP8 I?ARNINcS ARE DISPLAYED NORTH OF ST LUCIA TO
 WKUGICA AND N O R T I W T STORI'I I&lFGlINGS SOUTH OF GRENADA TO TOBAGO. THE NEXT AD-
 VISORY WILL BE: ISSUED AT 6 P AST...2200Z...
                                       M                       AKD A BULLETIN WILL BE ISSUED AT
     M
 3 P AST.




SAN JUAN WEATIBFL B m A U RULLETIh' AND ALERT 3PM AST.        .. .19002 SEPT 22 1955

HURRICANE JANET AT 3PM IS ESTDIATED TO BE LOCITED NEAR LATITUDE 13.0 NORTH IDPJGI-
TUELF, 60.2 WEST OR ABOUT 130 M I L E S SOUTH SOUTHEAST OF E
                                                           l L W J c E HiTINIQUE.
I T APPEARS TO BE MOVTNG B E W E N WXST AND WESTb1ORTHWE;ST AT 16 MPH. HIGHEST W I N I S
ARE ESTDUTED TO BE l l S MPH OVER A SMALL m NEAR TEE CENTER AND G
                                              A                        -    w I N I 6 Ex-
                          N
TEND OUTWARD 120 MILES I NORTHEX? SEI'IICIRCLE A D 80 m S IN SOUTHERN SEXICIRm.
                                                   N
       OS
THE L W T PRESSURE IS ESTIMATED TO BE 28.91 INCHES. MITION BETWEN WEST AND WEST
NORTHWEST IS EXPECECD TO C%Il?TIMUE FOR THE FEXT 6-12 H O W WHICH SHOULD BRING THE
CENT= VERY NEAR TO ST. VINCENT LWCDIG THE NSXT 4 TO 5 R O ~ . ALL INTERESTS 3          3
THE GRENADINES MJD AT ST LUCIES SHOULD TAKE EVERY PRECAUTION AGAINST HURRICANE
W I N E HEAVY RAINS HIGH T I E S AND ROUGH SEAS. THIS      a sm)& BUT KECRY mTGEROUS
HURRLCArm. No REPORTS HAVE BEEN R-YCETVED FROM BARBACOS S D ? 10 AM THIS 1"IORNING
                                                                    ~
WH~E?.EWDTE UP TO 60 MPH IN GUSTS WERE REPORTED. I F ITS ~ R E S ~ T OF NOTION
                                                                      RATE
&ID DlXlECTION IS YAINTAINED Tf-E HURRICANE SHOULD PASS ABOUT 300 MIW THE  TO
SOUTH OF FVERTO RICO ABOUT 6 FTl FRIDAY. HOWEVER I N T E m T S     mRm R I O AND THE
LEEWARD ISLAND3 ARE ALERTED TO STANDBY FOR FURTHER A W I S O R ~   AND B U T I N S ON
T H E HURRICAWE.

                                                      RIGGS WEATHER BTJFEAU
HURRICANE JANET APPEARS TO HAVE CONTINUED TO MOVE BETWEEN WEST AND WESTNORTHWEST
AT ABOW 14 MPH AND AT 6 PM AST**.22002oo IS ESTIMATED TO BE C E N T W D NEXt LATI*
TUIE 1 . NORTH LONGTRJEJ 6 . WEST OR ABOUT 100 MILES SOUTH OF FORT I3 FRANCE
          31                    07                                         3
XARTINIQUE. THIS IS A VERY SMALL BUT DANCiERoUS HURRICANE. HIGHEST W I N E ARE
ESTIMATED TO BE ABOUT 115 MPH OVER A VERY SMALL AREA NEAR THE CENTER AND CALE
                                     N
W I N D G EXTEND OUTElARD 140 MILES I THE NORTHERN AND 90 MIXES I N THE SOUTHERN
SEMICIRm. CONTINUED M)vEMElJT TOWARD THE WEST OR WESTNORTHWEST AT ABOUT THE
S M RATE IS EXPECTED FOR THE NEXT 6 TO 12 HOURS WITH A SLIG&WINCREASE I N IN-
 A E
TENSITY. THIS F!OVEmTT WILL F'U.m THE CENTER m U T 330 M SOUTIFSOUTHEAST
                                                              W
                                                              I
OF SAN JUAN PUERTO RICO AT NOON F R I ~ YHURRICANE WARNINGS ARE DISPLAYED
                                              .                                mor!
                                            TR
GRANADA ~TORTHWARD ST. LUCIA. NORTHEAST S O M WARNINGS ARE DISPIXQ%D
                  TO                                                    NORTH
                M CN
OF ST LUCIA TO E I I A AND NORTHMST STORM WARNINGS SOUTH OF GRANADA TO TABACO.
IN'fEREST                                                           Ca I
            THE DISPLAY AREA SHOULD TAKE P~CUUTIONSAGAINST HR I A W E
                                                                 uR I    N
HIGH T I = AND HEAVY SEAS. VESSELS I N THE PATH OF THE STORM SHOULD EXERCISE
CAUTION AND SMAU CRAFI' I THE WINIWARD AND LEEWARD ISLAND3 SHOULD RGTlAIN IN
                         N
PORT. THE NEXT AIWISORY       BE ISSUED AT 12 MTINIGHT AST...04002.
                                            ROSENBLATT WEATHER B-UR3AU
                                       - 4 -




SM JUAN WEXTH?3R BUR3AU AWISORY NUMBER 7 JANET 12 NOON AST SEPT 23 1955
HURRICANE JANET W A S CENTEFZD AT 12 NOON AST   . .1600Z...NEAR LATITIJIB 12.9 NORTH
Z,OEJGSTUE 6 . WEST OR ABo'ipT 400 MILES SO'JTHSOUTHEAST OF SAN JUA8 PUERTO RICO
             42
m I G WESTWARD AT mT 11 MPH. HIGHEST WIND IS ESTDATED AT ABOUT 115 MPH OVER
  VN                  U
A SMALL AREA NEAR CEXTER AND GALLES EXTEND OUTWARD 126 MILES IN THE NORTHERN SEMI-
CIRCCJ3 AND 75 MIUS SOUTHERN SEMICCRCJiZ. THE HURRICANE I EXPECTED TO IDVE WEST
                                                            S                          ,
OR WESTlJORTHWEST AT ABOUT 15 MPH FOR THE NEXT 12 HOURS. VESSELS IPL' PATH OF THE
HlJlvlICANE SHOULD VUERCISE CAUTION.       AIJVBCRY WILL     ISSUED AT 6 PM BST.
22002 e

                                                BllLaJzN WEATHER LWREAU

SAN JUAN WEATHER   BUREAU ADVISORP NUMBE% 8 JANET 6 PM AST SEFT 13 1955.
                                        -5-




SAK   JUAN WEATHER BUREAU ADVISORY NUMBER 10 JANET 6 AM AST SEFT i?4 1955
                                                BALCWIN WEATKER BUREAU

sm   JUAN WEAT&     BUREAU ADVISORY NUMBER 12   JANET   6   PM AST.. SEPT 24 1955
~c&NJKESAN&                                                    AE
                  AIRCRAFI' REI-ORTS INDICATE THAT HURIIICAiIE J N T   Hljg   BZEN i'DVING WEST-
m
w & m $ MPH AND EIAS fhPPE5.SIFlED DURING AFTERNOON. AT
     U !
       15                                                                 M
                                                                        6 P AST. ..22W
T m CENTER IS IDGATED NEAR LATITUISE 13.9 NORTH ZXlNGITUIE 70a3 WEST OR ABOUT 320
        SOUTH OF 'CIUDAD T R U J I L U MIMBJICAN REPURLIC. H I W T J4ZV.E A E ESTIMATED
                                                                           R
                         N ML
BETWEEN 85 TO 90 MPH I A S A L AREA NEaR THE CENTER AND GALE W I N E EXTEND OUTWARD
              N
100 NlIZS I NORTI-ERN SWICIRCLE AEdD 60 HQES IN SOUTIlERN SE14LCIRCI.8, MDVEMENT
! B T W N WEST AND WESTN0RTHW"ST AT ABOUT, 14 MPU I3 EXPECTED FOR TW NEXX 12 IEluRs
WITH "FURTfoER INCREASE IN 'IPJTENSITY. CHANGS NORTWaT TC SOUTIBEST STORM WARNINGS
&!   PARah'AQlA PEhINSULA AND ARUBA. S Q U T W T STORM I A N C REMAIN DISPLAYED AT
     I                                                     ? R NS
CURACAO AND BONAIRE. VESSELS I THE PATCH OF THE HURICANE SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION
                                       N
AND S A L GRp?FT D? THE AREA OF DISPLAY- SHOULD REMAIN Ill PORT. TlIE NEXT ADVISORY
       ML
WILL BE ISSUED AT 12 MILNIG€Re..O4OOZm

                                                ROSENBLATT WEATHER BUREAU

SAN JUAN WEATHER BUREAU ADVISORY NUMBER 13 JANET 12 ~ I Q I T SEPT 25 1955
                                                          AST




                                                 H I G G S WEATHER BUREAU
                                        - 7 -


SAN JUAN WEATHER BUREAU m I S 0 R Y NUMBER 14 JANET 6 AM AST SEPT 25 1955

RECONNAISSANCE REmm EARLY 'HIS YX)RNINc) INDICATE THAT HURRICANE JANET IS MOVING
WEST AT AB3UT- 14 MPH AND AT 6 AM AST 1000 2 .WAS CENTERED NEAR LATITUDE 1 .
                                                  0                          38
                    mT
MNGTmTDE 72.8 OR A U 340 I'fLLES SOUTH OF PORT AU PRINCE HAITI. HIGHEST W I N =
ARE ESI"IQ&TD TU EIE 110 MPH OVER A SMAU AE?XA NEAR THE CENTER AND GALE W I N E EX-
TEHD OUTWARD ABOUT 325 KUES IN THE NORTHEREa SEMICIRCIE AND 100 KEF25 IN THE
S0UTHir"JwSEMICIRCLE- I%)VEMIBJT BETWEEN WEST AND WESTNORTHWEST AT 14 MHI IS EXPECTED
FOR Tm NEXT 12,HOURS- INT-T         I JAMAICA SHOULD REMAIN ON THE; ALERT FOR FUTURE
                                     N
                                        l
  wm ON THIS HURRICANE* QSSEIS D THE PATH OF THE HURRICANE SHOULD EXERCISE
A I
EXTREME CAUTiOPJ- THE         ADVISORY WILL BE ISSUED AT 12 NOON AST...lGOM.




SAN   JU&J hWTHER   BUREAU ADVISORY NUMBER 15 JANET 12 NOON AST SEPT 25 1955




                                                FyLLIJtiIN   WEATHEIR BUREAU

 IM
M A I WEATHER LETREAU ADVISORY NUMBER 16 JANET 5 P EST SEPT
                                                 M                     25 1955
                                         - 8 -


MIAMI WEATHER BUREAU ADVISORY NUMBER 17 JANET ll PPI EST SEPT 25 1955

AIRQiAFT   RERHVS INDICATE THE CENTER OF HURRICANE JANET W A S LOCATED AT XI. PM B T * *
04J3QZ..-AT 1. NORTH UTITUDE AND 76.7 WEST TXINGITUIX WHICH IS AEOW 240 MILES
              43
SOUTH OF KINGSTON JAMHICA. I IS M3VrlNG BETwEE$3 WEST AND WEST NORTHWEST AT 16
                                &
                                '
MPH. HIGHEST WINDS A E ESTIMATED AT ll0 MPH NEAR THE mE AND @&I3 W l N E Ex-
                        R                                 TR
TEND OUTWARD 125 TO 150 MaEs FROM "HE CE3TER. THE HURRICANE IS EXPECTED T O CON-
TINUE TO MOVE m E ICST AND WEST NORIHWEST AT ABOUT 15 MPH FOR THE NEXT 12
                    @
                    l N
HOURS WITR LI"TI8 WANGE IN IElTENSITY. IT I NOW EXPECTED %A JAMAICA W I L L NOT
                                             S               !T
GET MORE THAN G A U S AS THIS STORM PASSES TO THE SOUTH OF THE ISLAND. VESSELS I N
THE PATH OF THE HURRICANE SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION. THE NEXT WEXTHER BURl3AU AD-
VISORY W I L L BE ISSUED AT 5 AM EST.

                                                 SUGG MIAMI GFEATHER EitTREAU

MIAMI WEATHFR BUBEAU ADVISORY NUNEIElz 18 JANET 5 AM EST SEPT 26 1955
WRRICAiVE JANET HAS BEEN MOVING ON A RATHE3 ERRATIC COURSE RTRING THE: NIGHT BUT
PRESENT XNE3'!ENT IS TOWARUS THE WESTNORTHWEST AT ABOUT 10 MPH. THE CENTEE AT
5 AM EST.,.lOWZ*a.WAS    NEAR LATITTUIE 1. NORTH I D H Q l 3 ! U ~ 76.9 WEST OR A B U T 250
                                            47
MzLEs SOUTHSOUTHWEST OF KINGSTO€' J M I A HIGHEST WIFIIB ARE ESTIMATED AT 110 MPH
                                       A AC .
EfEaR THE CE3lTER AND GALE W I N C G EXTEND OUTWARD 125 TO 150 ML S FROM THE CENTER.
                                                                   IE
T T KJRRICANE IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE TO lyDvE TOI.IARCG THE WESTNORTHWEST AT ABOUT
311 P?i FJF! THE NEXT 12 HOURS WITH LITTLE CHANCE IN INTENSITY. THIS MOVEMENT IF
 :
r. I ~ C I WILL NOT BRING ANY LIANC;EFUIUS WINE TC JAMACA.
             . ~                                         I         VESSELS IN THE PATH OF
m,:ICXLCANE SHOULD EXERCISE awroN. THE NEXT WEATHER BUREAU AWEORYWILL BE
1;;9UZD AT 3 . AM EST.
             3

                                                 CLARK FfEATKER BUREAU MIAMI




                                                 DUNN WEATHER B W A U
                1


MIAMI WEATHER BUREAU ADVXXIRY NUMBER 20 JANET 5 P EST SEPT 26 1955
                                                M

HURRICANE JANET aONTINUES M[)VING SOMEWHAT ERRATICALLY BUT GENERALLY TOWARD THE
WElSTNORTWT AT ABOUT 10       m.     THZ CENTER AT 5 P EST ,. 2 0 . ,WAS NEAR U T I -
                                                     M       .2M.
TULE 1 . NORTH LONGDUDE 7 . WEST OR AEDUT 340 M l Z E S EAST OF CAPE G R A C W
        51                     85
NICARAGUA. HIGHEST KDK6 ARE ESTIMATED AT lI.0 MPH NEAR THE CENTER AND GALE WINE3
EXTEXD'OUTWARD 160 MILES I N THE NORTHERN SEI'1ICIRCL;E AND 100 M I L E S I N THE SOUTHERN
SEMICIRCLE, THE HURRICANE I EXPECTED TO CONTINUE KOVING TOWARD THE WESTNORTHWEST
                               S
ACCEmUTING SLIGHTLY         1 2 To 14 MPH WRING THE NEXT 12 TO 13 HOURS. INmASmG
                                                                  1
GRADUaLY I N SfZE. THIS PROJECI'ED K EN WILL BRING THE H U F t R I W TO A KISITION
                                         W Tm
A SHORT DISTANCE TO THE NORTH OF CAPE GRACIAS MIDDAY TUESDAY. ALL INTVEXESTS I         N
          NORTHEX5TERN NICARAGUA SHOULD TAKE PRECAUTIONS IioR DANGFXDUS W I N E HIGH
TIDES AND SEAS BEGINNLNG 'LATE TONIGHT. INTERESTS ON THE NORTHEASTERN COAST OF
HC)l\JDURAS SHOULD ALSO TAKE €'REWTIONS    A GAU TO HURRICANE W I N E AND HIGH T I I E S
                                            S
SPREAD WESTWARD ALONG THE NORTH COAST OF HOl4WRAS DURING TUESDAY. VESSELS XN PATH
OF THE$ HURRICANE SHOULD BXERCISE CAUTION "ANI) ALL SPlALL CRAFT FROM THE GULF' OF
IDUIJRAS TO AND FOR A SHORT DISTANCE SOUTH OF CAPE GRACIAS SHOULD REMAIN I N PORT.
THE NEXT WJiATHER BUREAU ADVISORY WILL BE ISSUED AT Xl. Em EST.
              '

                                                    DUNN WATIEER BUREAU MIAMI

MIAMI   WEATHER BUREflJ ADVISORY NUMBER 21 JANET 1 P EST SEPT 26 1955
                                                  1M

m ~ c m WAS
      JANET                CENTERED AT 15.7 NORTH LONGITUDE 79-5 WEST OR 280 MUES EAST
                                  ,
           NICARAGUA AT 1 PM EST , .04002.
OF CAPE GMCW             1                             C . AND W A S PDVING T O W A R E THE MEST
I V O R T W T AT 12 MPH. H1GH"ST: W I N B A$lE ESTIMATED AT 110 MPH OVER SMAJ,L AREA NEAR
THE CENTER. GAIX WN . EXTEND 200
                           IE                     ORTH AND EAST OF T I B C T R AND 100
                                                                           mE
M I L E S SOUTH OF THE CENTER. WEST N            T MOWEPlENT AT ABOUT 12,MPH IS INDICATED
FOR THE NEXT 12 TO           HOURS AND AISO'A GRADUAL INCREASE IN SIZE OF THE HURRICANE.
IF THIS o ~ fs MAIUTAINED THE' HlJRlUCANE SHOULD PASS NORTH OF CAPE QZACLAS
                      E
TUESDAY EV@~~[NG. AL INTERESTS I N EXT@XE NORTHEASTERN NIGldXAGUA AND NORTHEASTERN
                        I
H O N m A S SHOULD TAm PRECAUTIONS I!DR bANC(ER0E MINI6 AND HIGH T I E AND SEAS
TUESDAY A ~ E ~ O O N NIGHT. W I N E SHOULD START INCREASING ON S A ISLAND TUESDAY
                        AIQ                                              WN
~ F J E ~ O O NAD  $HOULD fjEACH GALE! FORCE*BY EARLY TUESDAY NIGHT. SHIPS NEAR THIS
I ~ U R R I CSHOUTJ> EXERCISE CAU!CION AND ALL SMALL CRAFT FROM THE GULF OF HONDURAS
               ~
TO AND FOR' A SHORT DISTAIYCE: SOUTK OF CAPE WCIAS SHOULD R M m IIV PORT. THE NE;xT
                                                                     E u
~JEATHER F ~ T J ~ A ADVISORY KlU BE ISSUED AT 5 AM EST.
                     U

                                                   GENTRY NIAMI WEATHER BUREAU
                                          - 10 -
MIAMI WEATHER BUREAU ADVISORY NUMER 22 JANET 5 AM EST SZPJ! 2 7 1955
                                                             ’

HIJRRICME JANET WAS (ENTERED A 5 AM EST.. .lo002 .IN THE W E S T m CARIBE?8AN a A
                                Y
IJEAR LATITUDE 16.6 NORTH LONGITWE 81-1WEST OR ABOUT 210 MILES EAST SOUTHEAST OF
SWAN ISLAND. I T HAS INCREASED I T S RATE OF OUTWARD MOVEMEMT AND           m V I N G TOWARZZ;
THE WESTNORTHWEST AT AEDUT 1 7 MPH. H I G m T W I N S ARE ESTIIWTED lJ.0 T H OVEt A
                                                                              P
SMAU AREA NEAR THE CENTER. CALE W I N E EXTEND 200 I“ELES NORTH AND EAST OF THE
CENTER AND 100 PIILE TO THE SOUTH- HOVEMENT FOR THE NEXT 1 2 To 18 HOURS Is EX-
PECTED TO CONTINUE TOWARDG THE WESTNORTHIJEST AT AROUND 1 7 MPH. A GRADUAL INCREASE
 I N THE SIZE OF THE HURRICANE 24 IJKELY. THIS IYWEXENT WOULD BRING THE GENTER VERY
 CLOSE TO SWAN ISLAND BY LATE THIS AFTERNOON OR EARLY TONIGHT. W @ T ! m WILL BE
                                                                         m 6 H   Z
 INGFBASING FEACHIUG GALE FORGE BY EARLY THIS AFTERNOON AKD PROBABLY HURNCUNE FORCE
TONIGHT. INTEREST I N EXTREXE NORTHEW NICARnGUA AND NORTHEASTERN HONDURAS SHOULD
TUB P€iEcAuTIONS AGAINST GAU3           AND HIGJd T I D E S . SHIPPING SHOULD EXERCISE
 CAUTION AND SMALL CRllFT FROM A S H X T DISTANCE SOUTH OF CAPE GRACLAs NICARAGUA TO
   m
T GULF OF HONDURAS SHOULD REMAIN I N PORT. NEXT WEATHEX EWJREAU AWEORY WILL BE
 BSUED ll AM EST.

                                                             AI
                                                             I
                                                 r;DORE WBO MM FLORIDA


WI    WEATHER BUREAU ADVISORY MUMFBR 23 JANET 11 AM EST SEIT 27 1955

-1CANE                                             I
            JANET HAS CONTDJUED To ACCEIJIRATE I? FORWARD MOVEI%NT DURING THE PAST F W E
HOURS AND AT ll AM EST 0.16002 OWAS CENTERED MEkR U T I T U L E 17.1 NORTH LONGITUDE
                                  0

 8 . WEST OR ABOUT 30 MILES EASTXWTHEAST OF SWAN BLAND. THE HUFEtICANE IS NOW
  32
MOVING ToWARCC~ THE WESTNORTHWEST AT ABOUT 20 MPH. HIGHEST W I N E ARE ESTIMATED
110 M p H OVER S A L AREA NEAR THE ENTER AND HURRICANE FOR03 WIND3 ARE ESTIMATED
                ML
40 MILES TO THE SOUTH. MOVEMENT Ls EXPECTED TO CONTINUE TONARE THE WESTNORTHWEST
 IXJRING THE NEXT 1 2 TO 24 HOURS AT A SPEED OF 22 MPH WITH LITTLE, CHANGE IN IN-
TENSITY. THIS MOVEMEMT W I L L W G THE CEWTSR VERY EJIUR SWAN ISLAND AND I T SHOULD
 REACH THE COAST OF THE MAINLAND I?.T THE BELEE CIIETUMAL AREA WITHIN THE NEXT 1 2
HOURS. PRECAUTIONS SHOULD EIE, TAKEN IMl’BDIATELY I N BRITSSH H O N W PARTICULARLY
 I N THE NORTH PORTION AND L“J QUINTAVA R 0 pRoVI!?cE AGAINST DANcrERoUS GALES TO
                                          .0
 KURRICANE NRCZ W I N E ABNORMALLY HIGH TIIIES AND SEAS firD m V RAINS AS TKE HURRI-
                                                                 Ay
 CAVE PROGEBSSES. PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE CONTIl’?UED AIONG THE NORTH COAST OF HOIUJR.AS
 AGAINST GAL;E W I N E AND ABNORMALLY HIGH ‘TIDE23 UNTIL THE HURRIME PASSES. RAINS
WILL BE SUFFICIENTLY HEAVY TO ?RODUCE FLASH FlDOcG DJNORTHERN HONDURAS I N BRITISH
                N
 HONDURAS AND I T m GULF OF HONDUW.3 AREAS. SMALL              FROM CRpE GRACIAS WEST-
 WARD AIJD NORTHWARD TO THE YUCATAN CHANNFL AREA SHOULD R E M A ~ J PORT. SHIPPING IN
 PATH SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION. NEXT MNTHER FUREAU ADVISORY AT 5           EST.

                                                   DAVIS WEATHER BUREAU




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             KRAFI: WEATHER BURJ3AU
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NEW OF?,LENfS W&Y!XEX BUREAU ADVISORY NUMEER 28 JANET 4 PM CST SEFT 28 1955

                         .
SEXEXE H U R R L C N JAMET OONTINUES TO MO'VE WESTNORTHWEST ABOUT 18 MPH ZN THE BAY OF
CAMpEcHE AND AT 4 F CST .22002.. .WAS CENTERED NEAR LATITIDE 19.3 NORTH U)NGITUIE
                      '
                      H
92.6 WEST OR 240 MILES EAST OF VERA CRUZ mxrco. HLGHFST wma ARE ESTIMATED ABUT
110 MpH NEAR CENTER, HURRICANE KIRCE WINE EXTEND OUT 50 MILES TO NORTH AND 20
MILES TO SOUTC OF CENTER'AND GATE3 EXTEND 200 MILE3 TO NORTH AND 100 IlILFS TO
SOUTH. INDICATIONS A B THAT H R I a W I L L INCREASE IN SIZE UND INTENSITY TOMIGFIT
                        R        U RW
AND CONTINUE EDVIh7G WESTNORTHMEST AT ABOUT THE S a RATE. THE CENTER SHOULD REACH
THE COAST OF MEXICO l3El!WE~ VERA CRUZ AND TUXPAN EARLY THURSDAY BUT HURRICANE
FORCE WN ARE EXPECTED IN THAT AREA SHORTLY A m R MICNIGHT. DANGEROUSLY HIG€I
        IB
T m ARE EXPE;CTED FROM Kf3Ft.A CRUZ TO TAMPIOO. TORRI!NTIAL RAINS W I L L OCCUR THROUGH
THE MOUNTAINS TO W E T FROM VEEU CRUZ TO CIUUD'VICTORIA. SHIPS I N PATH OF THIS
SEVERE m A E SHOULD EXERCISE EXTrtEME CAUTION. T I E S WILL R I S E AND SEAS BE-
         C
         I W
COME ROUGH ALONG THE COAST AS F R NORTH AS PORT OCOmOR TEXAS WITH LOW REACHES
                                  A
AWASH UTE TONIGHT AND 'IHuRs9MY AND SMALL CFUFT SOUTH OF KIRT OCONNOR SHOULD
mmm IN PORT. NEXT ADVISORY AT 10 PM CST.
                                              OONNER WEATHER BUREAU
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NEW O R I D R S WEATIER BUREAU ADVISORY NUMBER 31 JANET 10 AM CST SEPT 29 1955

THE GREXT HKFUUCANE W A S (XIVIXND ABOUT 40 MfLEs FAST OF N A U T U MEXICO NEAR WI”I’-
TUDX 2Oc2 I.ONC-ITUE 9 . AT 10 AM CST -160a
                          60           b          b b I W A S EDVnlG BETWEEM W T AMD
                                                       T
WEST NO€!.T3CJEST 13 ”0 12 MPH. HIGHEST W I N E ARE ESTIMATED 125 TO 150 MPH NELAR
CUTER Pil’rH HURRICANE FORCE W J S EXTESrDIXG OUT 60 MILES m M CEmER AND GMXS
                                   DD
2 W IZLES TO WRTH AND 100 MILES TO SOUTH. E1DICATIO’’S ARE T m T CEPJTER SHOULD
EO-Vl3 I N W D BETWEEN NAUTLA A59 TUXPAX A LITTLE AFTER NOON AND BsIEAK UP O m Ti%
MOUNTAINS TONIGHT. RANclEROUSLY HIGH T E E S ABOUT MIDWAY BETWEQJ NAUTLA AND TUXFAN.
TOPJ3NTTA RAINS W I L L OCCUR I THE MOUIJTAINS TO TKE WEST FROM VERA CRUI, TO CIUllAD
                                  N
V1Ci’C)RU. TIDES WILL         HIGH AND SEAS ROUGX ALONG TLUE COAST AS FAR NORTH AS PORT
OCOl\qTOR TFFXAS WTl!rE LON BEAGES AWASH THIS ATTERNOON AND TONIGHT. S W CRAFT
SOUTH OF FORT OCONNOR SHOULD REMAIN         PORT. NEXT ADVISORY AT 4 pM BT.
                                               KRAET WEATHER E(UREAU


WM o   m s WEATHER   EKJREAU ADVISORY IWBER 32 JANET 4 P CST SEm 29 1955
                                                       M

I ( R I I3 JANET IQVED INLAND ON THE MKKWI COAST AEOUT NOON TORAY WITH THE CENTER
 FJ RWf
W,QSSING THE COAST ABOUT 50 MILES NOXEIb@ST OF VERA CRVZ AT 4 PM CST.. .22002 . T
WAS    CHIJTWD N E LATITUIE 1 . NORTH LONGITUIE 9 7 4 WEST OR 80 MILES SOUTH OF
                                98                   ’.
                                                                                 .    I
                                         T S
T’JXPAN MEXICO. AFTER l’XlVING INLAND I I BEING BROIrEN UP RAPIDLY BY THE PIOUN-
TAIVS. HIGHEST W I N E ARE ESTIMATED AEOUT 70 MPH I N SQUALIS NEAR CENTER AND OUT-
WARD ABOUT 120 M I U E lN NORTHEAST QUADRANT. THE STORM W I L L c o m m TO MOVE WEST
WARD AND BFBAK UP II’J THE EOUNTAIlIS     SQUALrS AND WINDS AILING THE PEXICAIJ COAST
W I L L CR4DUALLY SUBSIDBE TONIBIT. TORrnNTULT, RBDE WILL OCCUR I N THE KIUNTAINS TO
TEE WEST FROM VERA CRUZ TO CIUDAD VICTORIA. T I E S A M DANGEROUSLY HIGH FROM bTAUTLA
TO T N P I C O AND BEACHES kRE AWASH NORTH OF TAKPICO To BROWNSVIL~TEXAS. TIDES WILL
SURSIDE TONIGHT AND FRmAY. T H I S IS THE LAST ADVISORY ON JANET.

                                                 CONNER WEATHER BUREAU