National Geographic : 1939 Apr
CA, ntreal MaAIN Eg '-yt N Hanov er Poithan UAM SH 1R con Henniker' *Mnhse N *Dubh Slcn*Gloucester l~crdd Orange 'Alany BE'er A abam *4StonT aocetown tocete eha on ope asBurto7 mfel CAWoPete C F"S Fal lMnouth* cPOo "aniels° ft 1TeChatham r ou F artfor rr' 1- den ., yZOR . LTC ' .Tn P"f*Flmouth oopom Waebury \pi en No "o all * arBurtha' B9er rd a ford D LrR *East Campton *$outhamptori NE nwich * Yof rogre w Seach Drawn by Albert H.Bumstead WHIRLING COUNTERCLOCKWISE, THE HURRICANE CUT A WIDE SWATH ACROSS CROWDED NEW ENGLAND Arrows indicate how the air currents in the doughnut-shaped storm blew spirally around and toward a calm center, here near Waterbury, Connecticut, at 4p.m. The largest arrows represent the heaviest winds. They show that the storm blasts were stronger, and therefore destruction greater, onthe right ofthe hurricane's line of march. On that side the speed of the storm's forward movement was added to the velocity ofthe winds blowing around the circle (page 531).