A storm warning for marine interests, of impending winds of 28 to 47 knots (32 to 54mph).
A warning to mariners for expected or occurring conditions where winds are sustained between 34 and 47 knots for extratropical systems.
issued when winds are expected to be 34 to 48 knots (about 63 to 69 km-h) over water.
a marine weather warning for winds of thirty-four to forty-seven knots (thirty-nine to fifty-four mph).
The National Weather Service will issue these marine warnings for 1-minute sustained winds between 34 (39 mph or 63 kph) and 47 knots (54 mph or 87 kph) are expected at end of downwind fetch (nearshore or open waters). This warning will be headlined in the Open Great Lakes Forecast (Product Header CCCGLFXX) and the Nearshore Marine Forecast (Product Header CCCNSHXXX) when conditions are expected to occur within 24 hours following the forecast issuance time. The headline will be "...GALE WARNING IN EFFECT...". When the hazard has ended, the last forecast will indicate this in the headline by replacing the "IN EFFECT" phrase with "DISCONTINUED".
A warning of 1-minute sustained surface winds in the range 34 knot (63 km/h or 39 mph) to 47 knot (87 km/h or 54 mph) inclusive, either predicted or occurring not directly associated with tropical cyclones.
Warns the public that sustained winds of 34 to 47 knots (39 to 54 mph) inclusive are expected or occurring, and are not directly associated with tropical cyclones.
A warning of 1-minute sustained winds in the range of 34-47 knots (39-54 mph). The warning can be issued either for predicted winds in this range or winds that are already occurring. It is not necessarily associated with tropical cyclones.
Wind of 34 knots to 47 knots sustained or frequent gusts.
A warning of 1-minute sustained surface winds in the range 34 kt (39 mph or 63 km/hr) to 47 kt (54 mph or 87 km/hr) inclusive, either predicted or occurring and not directly associated with tropical cyclones.
A textual and/or verbal bulletin issued when winds of 39 to 54 miles an hour (34-47 knots) are expected.
Issued when winds of 39-54 mph are expected.
Sustained winds 39-54 miles an hour (34-47 knots) either predicted or occurring. Note: Gale warnings are not normally issued during tropical cyclones.
A Gale Warning is a statement which warns of winds averaging from 34 knots and up to 47 knots in coastal waters and high seas areas.
A warning of 1-minute sustained surface winds in the range 39 to 54 mph (34 to 47 knots) inclusive, either predicted or occurring not directly associated with tropical cyclones.
A warning of sustained surface winds, or frequent gusts, in the range of 34 knots (39 mph) to 47 knots (54 mph) inclusive, either predicted or occurring, and not directly associated with a tropical cyclone.
storm warning, for marine interests, of sustained winds of 28â€“47 knots inclusive (32â€“54 mph) either predicted or occurring and not associated with tropical cyclones. The storm-warning signals for this condition are 1) two triangular red pennants by day and 2) a white lantern over a red lantern by night.
A warning for marine interests for impending winds from 28 to 47 knots (32 to 54 miles per hour).
A gale warning is an advisory or warning issued by the local competent authority in maritime countries about the existence of winds of gale force or above or the imminent occurrence of gales at sea. The purpose of gale warnings is to allow shipping to take precautionary actions to ensure their safety at sea.