Time-lapse and normal speed video showing ships leaving Port Miami as the port enters readiness condition X-Ray ahead of Tropical Storm Nicole. The USCG Captain of Port Miami sets the readiness condition levels ahead of expected severe weather. Condition X-Ray went into effect at 8pm Monday 48 hours ahead of the expect arrival of gale force winds. The port will completely close when port enters condition Yankee at 24 hours ahead of expected gale force winds. Video shows a time-lapse of ships evacuating the port late Monday, followed by normal speed clips showing an empty port early morning Tuesday with fast moving clouds spinning in from the northeast. Remote camera video from Port of Miami Florida.
1) Time-lapse clips showing cruise ships evacuating the Port of Miami late Monday as day turns to night. The port was in readiness condition Whiskey, then entered condition X-Ray at 8pm Monday.
2,3) Two shots of an empty Port Miami at dawn as dark clouds loom offshore over the Atlantic Ocean.
4) Port Miami and Miami Bayfront area at Biscayne Bay at dawn.
5,6) Sun rising at empty Port Miami.
7,8) Morning sun at Port Miami and Biscayne Bayfront area with FTX arena.
9) Cargo cranes sit idle at Port Miami as port is in readiness condition X-ray.
10) Tight shot of clouds moving in from Atlantic Ocean.
11) Tight shot of Port of Miami headquarters building.
SID: Brian Dombrowski
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