Issued by the Australian government Bureau of Meteorology for 24 hours commencing 2300 UTC 19 June 2019
Please be aware wind gusts can be a further 40 percent stronger than the averages given here, and maximum waves may be up to twice the height.
Part 1 warnings refer to latest warnings for details of the area affected.
Melbourne Gale Warning 1.
Part 2 situation at 1800 UTC refer to latest warnings for boundary of affected area and type of weather system.
Cold front 31s166e 40s163e to low 1003hpa near 46s157e 50s163e. Front forecast east of area near 32s170e 40s170e to low 997hpa near 46s158e at 201200utc. Low 998hpa near 46s162e at 210000utc.
Trough  34s135e 38s129e. Forecast 36s135e 33s138e at 201200utc. Trough near stationary and weakening by 201800utc.
Trough  developing near 27s156e 38s156e from 201800utc.
Part 3 forecast refer to latest warnings.
Southeast of line 35s166e 34s151e 50s150e, outside warning area: southwest quarter winds southwest of front, shifting northerly quarter east of front and turning clockwise within 300nm of low . Wind speeds 20/33 knots . Moderate to rough seas. Moderate to heavy swell.
Remainder: winds not exceeding 25 knots. Slight to moderate seas. Low swell north of 30s, increasing to moderate south of 30s.
Rain areas, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms within 180nm of troughs, 240nm of cold front and within 300nm of low. Scattered showers remainder within 180nm of line 26s156e 43s149e. Visibility reducing below 2nm in precipitation.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 09:00 UTC Thursday.