At 7 a.m., deep low 959mb, 800 miles northwest of Ireland, expected to fill and drift northeast. Associated fronts over the Channel today expected to move northeast on Tuesday.
Forecast from 1pm Monday to 1pm Tuesday.
Weather: Occasional rain, drizzle, mist or fog patches, mostly clearing during the morning.
Wind: West to southwest 5 to 6 with gusts to 35kt, decreasing 4 to 5 this afternoon, locally 6 in the north of the area from early morning, backing southwest in the morning.
Visibility: Moderate to very poor becoming mainly moderate to good in the morning.
Sea state: Moderate to rather rough, perhaps rough in the north and west of the area at first.
Sea swell: 2 to 4 feet, increasing 4 to 9 feet around midnight.
Sea temperature: 16
Outlook from 1pm Tuesday to 1pm Wednesday.
Weather: Risk of drizzle, mist or fog patches overnight.
Wind: Southwesterly 4 to 5, occasionally 6 in the north of the area Tuesday afternoon, decreasing 3 to 4 in the morning.
Visibility: Moderate to good, perhaps poor or very poor overnight.
Sea state: Slight to moderate, locally rather rough in the north in the afternoon, with swell.