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Storm warnings

All storm warnings currently in force

Issued: 1938 on Fri 31 Oct 2014

Storm warnings, issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.

West Northern Section

Issued: 2000 on Fri 31 Oct 2014

At 311200UTC, low 58 north 23 west 973 expected 62 north 20 west 971 by 011200UTC. Northeasterly winds are expected to reach storm force 10 throughout in the far north of West Northern Section, in Denmark Strait south of 70 north and the far southwest of Denmark Strait. Northeasterly winds will reach violent storm force 11 at times throughout in central areas of Denmark Strait.

Denmark Strait

Issued: 2000 on Fri 31 Oct 2014

At 311200UTC, low 58 north 23 west 973 expected 62 north 20 west 971 by 011200UTC. Northeasterly winds are expected to reach storm force 10 throughout in the far north of West Northern Section, in Denmark Strait south of 70 north and the far southwest of Denmark Strait. Northeasterly winds will reach violent storm force 11 at times throughout in central areas of Denmark Strait.

North Iceland

Issued: 2000 on Fri 31 Oct 2014

At 311200UTC, low 58 north 23 west 973 expected 62 north 20 west 971 by 011200UTC. Northeasterly winds are expected to reach storm force 10 throughout in the far north of West Northern Section, in Denmark Strait south of 70 north and the far southwest of Denmark Strait. Northeasterly winds will reach violent storm force 11 at times throughout in central areas of Denmark Strait.

High Seas overview

High seas forecasts are issued twice daily at 0930 and 2130 GMT and cover the next 24 hours and outlooks for the following 24 hours.

The part of the North Atlantic known as Metarea I is divided into twelve sea areas, six of which are also in the Shipping forecast.

The high seas forecast contains a general synopsis and sea-area forecasts containg forecast wind direction and force, weather and visibility for the next 24 hours with an outlook for the following 24 hours.

In the UK, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) is responsible for the provision of Maritime Safety Information (MSI) to ships at sea, which includes the broadcast of warnings and forecasts. The Met Office initiates warnings and prepares routine forecasts for dissemination on behalf of the MCA.

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