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GALE WARNINGS

Gale Warnings in effect

Issued:20/03/19 22:00 UTC


GALE WARNING ON METAREA 3
HELLENIC NATIONAL MET. SERVICE
WARNING NR 218 - WEDNESDAY 20 MARCH 2019/2200 UTC

GENERAL SYNOPSIS 20-03-19/15 UTC
NEAR STATIONARY LOW WITH CENTRE 1008 OVER SIRTI IS EXPECTED 1012 BY
21/03 UTC. HIGH PRESSURES 1032 OVER NORTH ITALY AND THE NORTHWEST
BALKANS
NORTH ADRIATIC OVER EAST PARTS
CONTINUING TO 21/06 UTC
NORTHEAST 7 OR 8

SOUTH ADRIATIC OVER EAST PARTS
CONTINUING TO 21/04 UTC
NORTHEAST 7 OR 8

BOOT
CONTINUING AT LEAST TO 21/10 UTC
NORTH NORTHEAST 7 OR 8

MELITA
CONTINUING AT LEAST TO 21/10 UTC
EAST NORTHEAST 8 AND FROM 21/04 UTC EAST 9

SIDRA
CONTINUING AT LEAST TO 21/10 UTC
EAST 7 OR 8

NORTHEAST AEGEAN
CONTINUING AT LEAST TO 21/10 UTC
NORTHEAST 7 OR 8

SOUTH EVVOIKOS, KAFIREAS STRAIT
FROM 21/02 AT LEAST TO 21/10 UTC
NORTH NORTHEAST 7 OR 8

SOUTHWEST AEGEAN, SOUTHEAST AEGEAN IKARIO WEST OF 24.50,
FROM 21/04 AT LEAST TO 21/10 UTC
NORTH NORTHEAST 7 OR 8

KITHIRA SEA
FROM 21/04 AT LEAST TO 21/10 UTC
NORTHEAST 7 OR 8


National Meteorological Center

Since 1988 within the framework of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System, Greece is responsible for the provision of meteorological information for maritime safety referring to the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea Issuing Service for the GMDSS METAREA III. The Hellenic National Meteorological Service (HNMS) provides marine bulletins (WARNINGS & FORECASTS) for the Eastern Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. Respectively, the Meteo-France provides the bulletins for the Western Mediterranean Sea. Since 2013, under the WWMIWS of IMO/WMO, Greece has the responsibility of METAREA III Coordinator for the proper shore to ship transmission of all information concerning the safety of navigation in that area. In 2015 the HNMS has been certified according ΕΝ ISO 9001: 2008 for the Quality Management System (QMS) applied for the provision of Marine Meteorological Services, fully aligned to the international regulations impose by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and the International Maritime Organization (IMO), and International Hydrographic Organization (IHO).