At 6am low, 967mb, 400 miles southwest of Iceland expected to move northeast, associated warm front over the Channel was expected to move east.
Forecast from 1pm Sunday to 1pm Monday.
Weather: Outbreaks of rain or drizzle, occasionally persistent and heavy overnight. Misty, risk of fog patches at times. Mostly clearing by midday.
Wind: West to southwest 6 to 7, perhaps occasionally gale 8, becoming variable 2 to 4 Guernsey northwards by dawn, then generally north to northwest 4 to 5 late morning.
Visibility: Moderate to poor, perhaps very poor at times. Becoming good late morning.
Sea state: Rather rough to rough, locally moderate in the north Monday morning.
Sea swell: 3 to 7 feet, becoming confused with total waves 6 to 11 feet.
Sea temperature: 9
Outlook from 1pm Monday to 1pm Tuesday.
Weather: Occasional rain or drizzle after midnight. Misty with a risk of fog patches.
Wind: North to northwest 4 to 5, backing west to southwest 2 to 4 in the evening, increasing 4 to 6 after midnight
Visibility: Good, becoming moderate to poor, perhaps very poor.
Sea state: Moderate to rather rough with swell, becoming slight for a time overnight.