Published: Thursday, May 16, 2013

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

11: Communications with the Meteorological warning centre have broken down and the local officers consider that a devastating cyclone is following.
10: The port is experiencing severe weather from a sea storm of great intensity with maximum wind speed of 89km per hour. The storm will cross over or near the port.
9: Great danger. The port is experiencing severe weather from a sea storm of great intensity with maximum wind speed of 89km per hour. The storm will cross the coast to the right of the port.
8: Great danger. The port may experience severe weather from a storm of great intensity with maximum wind speed of 89km per hour. The storm will cross the coast to the left of the port.
7: Danger. The port is experiencing severe weather from a storm of slight or moderate intensity with steady wind speed of 62-88km per hour which is expected to cross over or near the port.
6: Danger. The port is experiencing severe weather from a storm of slight or moderate intensity with steady wind speed of 62-88km per hour. The storm will cross the coast to the right of the port.
5: Danger. The port is experiencing severe weather from a storm of slight or moderate intensity with steady wind speed of 62-88km per hour. The storm will cross the coast to the left of the port.
4: Local Cautionary. The port is hit by a storm with possible wind speed of 51-61km per hour, but it does not appear that the danger is as yet sufficiently great to take up extreme precautionary measures.
3: Distant Cautionary. The port and the ships harboured in the port are likely to be threatened by squally weather. Gusty wind may sweep across the port and the wind speed may be 40-50km per hour.
2: Distant Cautionary. A storm has formed in the distant sea where the constant wind speed is 62-88km per hour.
1: Distant Cautionary. In the distance sea, there is region of squally weather with a wind speed of 61km per hour which can turn into a sea storm.