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Sea Area Forecast until 1200 Sunday 28 May 2017

Issued at 1200 Saturday 27 May 2017


Gale Warning: Nil
Small Craft Warning: Nil

Meteorological Situation at 1200:A depression of 1006 hpa centred over the Irish Sea generates a light to moderate unstable airflow over the country. This low will drift northeastwards this evening and a ridge of high pressure will build from the southwest. Another frontal system will approach the south coast tomorrow afternoon or early evening.

Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Mizen Head to Erris Head to Malin Head
Wind: Northwest force 4 to 5. Decreasing northwest to west force 2 to 4 tonight and becoming variable force 2 to 4 tomorrow morning.

Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Malin Head to Wicklow Head to Mizen Head and the Irish Sea
Wind: Cyclonic variable force 2 to 4. Becoming southwest to west force 4 to 5 this afternoon, occasionally increasing force 6. Veering west to northwest force 4 or 5 tonight, locally force 6 off the northeast coast, becoming variable force 2 to 4 tomorrow morning.

Weather for all Irish coastal waters and the Irish Sea: Rain locally heavy with a risk of thunder, extending northwards,with risk of mist and fog.

Visibility for all Irish coastal waters and the Irish Sea: Moderate to poor in rain, mist of fog, otherwise good.

Outlook for a further 24 hours until 1200, Monday, 29 May 2017: Light to moderate northeast or variable winds. Outbreaks of rain later in the south spreading northwards with patches of mist and fog.

Next update before 1900 Sat 27-May-2017
 

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