hurricane warning

hurricane warning

[′hər·ə‚kān ‚wȯrn·iŋ]
(meteorology)
A warning of impending winds of hurricane force; for maritime interests, the storm warning signals for this condition are two square red flags with black centers by day, and a white lantern between two red lanterns by night.
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Patricia was last located about 145 miles (235 km) south-southwest of the port of Manzanillo, where a hurricane warning had been issued.
Confidence is high that Patricia will make landfall in the hurricane warning area along the coast of Mexico as an extremely dangerous category 5 hurricane, featuring 400 mph winds.
A destination is under a NOAA-issued hurricane warning
Cancel due to a hurricane warning: when a destination is under a NOAA-issued hurricane warning.
WEATHER forecasters yesterday told Scots not to panic over a hurricane warning.
All preparedness actions to protect life and property in the hurricane warning area should have been completed," the Miami-based center said, warning that the hurricane could produce life-threatening floods and mudslides.
THE first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season has prompted a hurricane warning for a wide stretch of the North Carolina coast in the USA.
A hurricane warning was also in effect from Cab Rojo to La Pesca, meaning that hurricane conditions where expected in that area within 36 hours.
The destination must be placed under a Hurricane Watch or Hurricane Warning by the National Hurricane Center for the storm guarantee policy to be in effect.
The US national Hurricane Center has issued a hurricane warning from Oaxaca's Puerto Angel to Barra de Tonala, and a tropical storm warning from Barra de Tonala to Boca de Pijijiapan in Chiapas state.
27 and approach the northern Gulf coast in the hurricane warning area on Tuesday, Aug.
The governors of Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi declared states of emergency as a hurricane warning went into effect for the northern Gulf Coast from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle.