Worldwide Marine Weather Broadcasts

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Page 133 - Calm Light air Light breeze Gentle breeze Moderate breeze Fresh breeze Strong breeze Near gale Gale Strong gale Storm Violent storm Hurricane Wave Height in metres^.
Page 133 - ... in direction) back (clockwise change in direction) Vent Termes généraux Echelle de Beaufort calme très légère brise légère brise petite brise jolie brise bonne brise vent frais grand frais coup de vent fort coup de vent tempête violente tempête ouragan rafale grain brise de mer brise de terre vent dominant saute de vent rotation du vent cum sole (dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre) rotation...
Page 123 - CA ARCTIC, CONTINENTAL mA ARCTIC, MARITIME cP POLAR, CONTINENTAL mP POLAR, MARITIME cT TROPICAL, CONTINENTAL mT TROPICAL, MARITIME E EQUATORIAL S SUPERIOR THE ABOVE SYMBOLS MAY BE FOLLOWED BY A SMALL LETTER"k" OR '"w". THESE LETTERS INDICATE THE FOLLOWING: k THE AIR MASS IS COLDER THAN THE SURFACE OVER WHICH IT IS PASSING. w THE AIR MASS IS WARMER THAN THE SURFACE OVER WHICH IT IS PASSING. OTHER SYMBOLS AND CONVENTIONS...
Page 123 - Tropical m is maritime c is continental w means the air mass is warmer than the surface over which it is traveling k...
Page 1 - The booklet serves as a source of marine weather broadcast information. It is primarily for the use of US naval and merchant ships, but is available to other ships. It contains information on marine weather broadcasts in all areas of the world where such service is provided. Sections 1 through 4 contain details of radiotelegraph, radiotelephone, radiofacsimile, and radioteleprinter transmission, respectively. The NOAA Weather Radio continuous broadcasts (VHF-FM) and Great Lakes marine broadcasts...
Page 1 - ... of US naval and merchant ships, but is available to other ships. It contains information on marine weather broadcasts in all areas of the world where such service is provided. Sections 1 through 4 contain details of radiotelegraph, radiotelephone, radiofacsimile, and radioteleprinter transmission, respectively. The NOAA Weather Radio continuous broadcasts (VHF-FM) and Great Lakes marine broadcasts are listed in Section 5. In Sections 1 through 4 the broadcasts are arranged according to ocean...
Page 131 - Nomenclature des fronts front front polaire front froid front froid secondaire front chaud occlusion occlusion à caractère de front froid occlusion à caractère de front chaud front en altitude front intertropical onde frontale frontogénèse frontolyse...
Page 133 - Reati fort calma ventolina brisa muy débil brisa débil brisa moderada brisa fresca brisa fuerte frescachón, viento fuerte viento duro viento muy duro temporal temporal duro, borrasca huracán ráfaga. racha turbonada brisa de mar brisa de tierra viento dominante salto de viento en el sentido de las agujas del reloj en el sentido contrario de las agujas del reloj...
Page 124 - Description No specification. Low filling or High weakening. Little change. Low deepening or High intensifying. Complex. Forming or existence of suspected (cyclogenesis or anticyclogenesis) . Filling or weakening but not disappearing. General rise of pressure. General fall of pressure. Position doubtful. CODE TABLE V Symbol Ft — Type of front CODE TABLE III Symbol Q — Octant of globe.
Page 36 - Standards time and frequency station 2The broadcast segments of 45 seconds duration, are separated by 15 second intervals. 3 Storm information message gives location and movement of storm centers and associated wind speed.

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