Issued by the Australian government Bureau of Meteorology for 24 hours commencing 1100 UTC 18 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 3.
Part 2 situation at 0600 UTC refer to latest warnings for boundary of affected area and type of weather system.
Trough  35s114e 41s119e 50s124e. Forecast 32s131e to low  1020hpa near 39s131e 46s127e 50s130e at 191200utc.
Ridge 37s107e 58s121e. Weakening by 190600utc.
Cold front  40s092e 53s103e. Forecast 42s115e 53s126e at 191200utc.
Cold front  approaching from west, forecast 36s072e 41s081e 56s095e at 191200utc.
Cold front  27s089e 30s091e to low  1009hpa near 33s090e. Forecast 26s096e 31s102e 34s102e to low 1005hpa near 35s099e at 191200utc.
Part 3 forecast refer to latest warnings.
South of line 36s080e 42s097e 44s129e, outside warning area: northwest quarter winds east of trough , shifting southwest quarter east of ridge, northwest quarter east of front , westerly quarter west of front , northwest quarter within 720nm east of front  and westerly quarter remainder to west. Wind speeds 20/33 knots. Moderate to rough seas. Moderate to heavy swell.
Within area enclosed by 30s083e 40s092e 40s106e 30s106e 27s090e: clockwise winds 20/33 knots within 300nm of low . Moderate to rough seas. Low to moderate swell.
Remainder: winds not exceeding 25 knots. Slight to moderate seas. Low to moderate swell.
Rain areas, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms within 240nm of fronts/trough and 300nm of lows. Scattered showers west of fronts south of 40s. Visibility reducing below 2nm in precipitation.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 21:00 UTC Tuesday.