Shipping forecast for the North Irish Sea
Low pressure to the north-west of Ireland will move north-east, deepening for a time, to become centred near to Shetland by midday Tuesday before then tracking south-east towards Denmark later.
South or south-west veering west or west-northwest later in the night, force 6 or 7, increasing 7 to gale 8, occasionally severe gale 9. Veering west-northwest or north-west during Tuesday morning, gale 8 to severe gale 9, then easing 7 to gale 8 in the evening.
Moderate. becoming rough or very rough.
Rain at times overnight, clearing to showers by dawn
Good, becoming moderate or good, occasionally poor.
Outlook for the following 24 hours
West-northwest or north-west force 7 to gale 8, decreasing 5 or 6 during Tuesday night. Backing south-west during Wednesday, still 5 or 6.
Rough, becoming mainly moderate during Tuesday night.
Becoming fair during Tuesday night but the with occasional rain spreading from the west on Wednesday.
Good, occasionally moderate.
Approximate times of tides in Douglas
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