CYCLONE WARNING SIGNALS

Signal No.1


CAUTIONARY:
There is a region of squally weather in which a storm may be forming.

Signal No.2


WARNING:
A storm has formed.

Signal No.3


CAUTIONARY:
The part is threatened by a squally weather.

Signal No.4


WARNING:
The port is threatened by a storm. But it does not appear that the danger is as yet sufficiently great to justify extreme measures of precaution.

Signal No.5


DANGER:
The port will experience severe weather from a storm of slight or moderate intensity that is expected to cross the south of the port.

Signal No.6


DANGER:
The port will experience severe weather from a storm of slight or moderate intensity that is expected to cross the north of the port.

Signal No.7


DANGER:
The port will experience severe weather from a storm of slight or moderate intensity that is expected to cross over or near north of the port.

Signal No.8


GREAT DANGER:
The port will experience severe weather from a storm of great intensity that is expected to cross the coast to the south of the port.

Signal No.9


GREAT DANGER::
The port will experience severe weather from a storm of great intensity that is expected to cross the coast to the north of the port.

Signal No.10


GREAT DANGER:
The port will experience severe weather from a storm of great intensity that is expected to cross over or near the port.

Signal No.11


FAILURE OF COMMUNICATION:
Communications with the meteorological warning centre have broken down and the local officer considers that there is a danger of bad weather.