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What is meaning of Cyclone warning signals

  • Signal 1: It implies a low pressure area is forming far at sea and surface wind could be upto 33 knots (about 60 kmph). This signal means the port is not affected but warns of slightly higher wind speed.
  • Signal 2: A depression has formed far at sea with surface winds upto 34-47 knots (about 60-90 kmph). This signal is a warning for ships leaving the port.
  • Signal 3: A depression has formed and could affect the port. Suface winds likely between 22-27 knots (40-50 kmph). The port likely to experience squalls.
  • Signal 4: A deep depression has formed at sea and is likely to affect the port later. The surface winds will be around 28-33 knots (approx. 50-60 kmph). A singal four indicates possible danger to ships stationed at the port. Signals 3 and 4 indicates bad weather at the port.
  • Signal 5: This signal means the deep depression has transformed into a cyclonic storm and is likely to cross coast keeping port to its left. Surface winds are likely 34-47 knots (about 60-80 kmph).
  • Signal 6: Similar to signal 5 but the cyclone is likely to cross coast keeping port to its right.
  • Signal 7: A signal 7 means the cyclone is likely to cross coast over or near the port. Signals 5, 6 and 7 indicate danger to the port.
  • Signal 8: A 'very danger' warning, which means the cyclone is now a severe or very severe cyclone and is expected to move keeping the port to its left. Surface winds are likely between 48 and 63 knots (approx. 90-120 kmph).
  • Signal 9: A 'very danger' warning, which means the cyclone is now a severe or very severe cyclone and is expected to move keeping the port to its right.
  • Signal 10: A 'very danger' warning, which means it is a very severe cyclone and is expected to cross over or near the port. Wind speed will be 64-119 knots (120-220 km/h) super cyclone - above 120 knots (over 220 kmph and more)
  • Signal 11: This means all communications have failed with cyclone warning office.


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