Issued by the Australian government Bureau of Meteorology for 24 hours commencing 2300 UTC 21 July 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 3. Melbourne Gale Warning 5.
Part 2 situation at 1800 UTC refer to latest warnings for boundary of affected area and type of weather system.
Cold front 32s117e 36s131e 42s138e 50s141e. Forecast east of area by 220300utc.
Trough 35s118e 44s126e 50s126e. Forecast east of area by 220600utc.
Warm front 40s104e 46s103e 50s099e. Forecast 40s125e 46s122e 50s115e at 230000utc.
Cold front  approaching west of area. Forecast 38s073e 50s090e at 221200utc and 38s080e 47s096e 50s106e at 230000utc.
Part 3 forecast refer to latest warnings.
South of a line 35s080e 38s099e 31s115e 30s129e, outside warning areas: westerly quarter winds shifting northerly quarter within 120nm east of warm front and northwest quarter within 360nm east of cold front . Wind speeds reaching 20/33 knots. Moderate to rough seas. Moderate to heavy swell.
Northwest of a line 25s090e 25s114e 22s114e 12s107e: southeast quarter winds 20/30 knots. Moderate to rough seas. Moderate swell.
Remainder: winds not exceeding 25 knots. Slight to moderate seas. Moderate to heavy swell reducing to low swell east of line 20s116e 12s123e.
Rain areas, showers and and isolated thunderstorms within 300nm of fronts. Scattered showers and thunderstorms within 300nm of trough. Scattered showers remainder south of 38s and area north of 25s west of 110e. Visibility reducing below 2nm in precipitation.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 09:00 UTC Monday.