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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Under Florida law, you can get a 30-day refill of your prescription medication if you live in a county under a National Weather Service hurricane warning or under a Governor-declared state of emergency, or a county that's activated its emergency operations center/emergency management plan.
The government has discontinued the hurricane warning for New Providence and Eleuthera, and the hurricane watch for Andros Island, in the northwestern Bahamas.
* The resort is in the path of a hurricane: A few plans will cover a traveler when the traveler's destination is under an NOAA-issued hurricane warning within 24-48 hours of the departure date.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has issued a Hurricane Warning for the USVI and a Tropical Storm Warning for PR as Dorian becomes better organized and bigger.
"Flash flooding and river flooding will become increasingly likely, some of which may be life threatening, especially across portions of southeast Louisiana into Mississippi." "Hurricane conditions are expected along the coast of Louisiana, where a Hurricane Warning is in effect.
A hurricane warning was posted for a 100-mile stretch of Louisiana coastline just below Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
A hurricane warning is in effect in coastal areas from San Blas to the tourist city Mazatlan, as well as Las Islas Marias.
It warned everyone in the Isla Marias and within the hurricane warning area to "prepare for life-threatening major hurricane winds" Additionally, the heavy rainfall from Willa is likely to produce flash flooding and landslides over much of southwestern and west-central Mexico, the center added.
The nation's Civil Defense agency issued a hurricane warning for those two territories and maintained a hurricane watch for the western provinces of Artemisa, Mayabeque and the capital Havana.
A hurricane warning has also been issed in the Florida Gulf Coast, where residents have been warned for life-threatening winds associated with the core of the hurricane.
A hurricane warning was replaced with a tropical storm warning from South Santee River, S.C., to Cape Hatteras, N.C.
Beginning at the time a hurricane watch or hurricane warning is issued for any part of "your state" by the National Hurricane Center of the National Weather Service;