Weather Warnings - Coastal Wind Warning

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Tasmania

Updated Marine Wind Warning Summary for Tasmania
Issued at 4:07 pm EST on Tuesday 23 July 2019
for the period until midnight EST Wednesday 24 July 2019.

Wind Warnings for Tuesday 23 July
Gale Warning for the following areas:
Central North Coast and East of Flinders Island
Strong Wind Warning for the following areas:
Far North West Coast, Banks Strait and Franklin Sound, Upper East Coast, South
East Coast, South West Coast and Central West Coast
Small Craft Alert for the following area:
South West Lakes

Wind Warnings for Wednesday 24 July
Strong Wind Warning for the following areas:
Far North West Coast, Central North Coast, Banks Strait and Franklin Sound,
East of Flinders Island, Upper East Coast, South East Coast, South West Coast
and Central West Coast
Small Craft Alert for the following areas:
Central Plateau Lakes and South West Lakes
Cancellation for the following area:
Lower East Coast

The next marine wind warning summary will be issued by 5:00 am EST Wednesday.

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Check the latest Coastal Waters Forecast or Local Waters Forecast at
http://www.bom.gov.au/tas/forecasts/map.shtml for information on wind, wave and
weather conditions for these coastal zones.
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