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 Gale
  reported at the latest synoptic hour (00 UTC 23 Oct 2014)
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       Definition of Gale : Wind speed greater than or equal to 34 knots or 18 m/s
 
  Last updated at 2014-10-23 03:42 UTC
   Notes
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  • The gale reports are based on the weather observations extracted from SYNOP reports from land stations and ships of WMO members. Only limited data quality checks are applied, care must be taken in interpreting or using the gale data.
  • Please note that the altitude of land stations would affect the observed wind speed. The altitude of the station is the reference level to which barometeric pressure reports at the station refer.
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