Tides &
Arrivals &

Shipping Forecast

General Situation

At 1pm, a ridge extended from Azores through Biscay to the Channel. Low, 982 mb, 150 miles southwest of Iceland, expected to move northeast. Further lows over the mid Atlantic, expected to move towards the British Isles later tomorrow.

Forecast from 1am Saturday to 1am Sunday.

Weather: Risk of isolated light showers. Risk of isolated mist patches in north of area from dawn.

Wind: Northwest to west 3 to 4, backing west to southwest by mid-morning, locally northwest 2 to 4 in far south from mid-afternoon.

Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate by dawn, poor in any showers or mist.

Sea state: Slight, perhaps occasionally moderate.

Sea swell: 2 to 5 feet, decreasing 2 to 3 feet after dawn.

Sea temperature: 19

Outlook from 1am Sunday to 1am Monday.

Weather: Risk of mist or fog patches, perhaps with drizzle..

Wind: West to southwest 3 to 4, locally 2 to 3 in far south, generally backing southwest 4 to 5 by mid-morning, perhaps locally 6 in the north and west of the area around midday, veering west to northwest 2 to 3 during the evening

Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate, perhaps poor or very poor at times.

Sea state: Slight with a low swell, increasing moderate in the north and west, perhaps locally rather rough in north and west by Sunday afternoon.