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Shipping forecast for the North Irish Sea

Valid for 24 Hours
Issued on Friday, 29 April 2016 at 4:15am by Ronaldsway Met Office
Warnings

Strong winds.

Synopsis

Low pressure offshore South-east Scotland will move east, with a ridge of high pressure building from the west across Ireland and Southern Britain.

Wind

West or north-west veering north or north-west during this morning, force 5 or 6, occasionally 7. Staying mainly north or north-west in the afternoon, decreasing 4 or 5, occasionally 6. Backing west or north-west 4 or 5 overnight.

State of sea

Mainly moderate, becoming slight overnight.

Weather

Showers at first, then becoming fair during the morning.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor at first.

Outlook for the following 24 hours

Wind

West or north-west force 4 or 5, backing gradually south-west during Saturday, decreasing 3 or 4. Backing south or south-west during the evening and overnight, increasing 5 or 6.

State of sea

Smooth or slight, becoming moderate later.

Weather

Isolated showers at first, rain moving in from the west later.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate in rain.

Approximate times of tides in Douglas

High water
(5.7m)
Low water
(1.5m)
High water
(5.5m)
Low water
(2.3m)
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)

Forecast by

Hulse

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