Tides &
Arrivals &

Shipping Forecast

General Situation

At 1 a.m., high, 1028 mb, 100 miles west of Ireland, expected to drift east. A weak front over the south coast of England and the eastern half of the Channel, expected to move slowly southwestwards and clear the Channel this afternoon.

Forecast from 7am Tuesday to 7am Wednesday.

Weather: Occasional drizzle and mist spreading southwestwards, clearing around noon or soon after. Fair periods thereafter.

Wind: Northeasterly 2 to 4, locally 5 in the far north, becoming generally 4 to 5 by late morning, veering northeast to east and increasing locally 6 overnight.

Visibility: Moderate to good, but poor in drizzle and mist, becoming good later.

Sea state: Smooth to slight, becoming slight to moderate.

Sea swell: 2 to 3 feet, becoming not significant this evening.

Sea temperature: N/A

Outlook from 7am Wednesday to 7am Thursday.

Weather: Fair or fine.

Wind: Northeast to east 4 to 5, locally 6 at times in the south of the area.

Visibility: Good.

Sea state: Moderate, locally slight.