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Shipping forecast for the North Irish Sea

Valid for 24 Hours
Issued on Monday, 28 November 2022 at 11:45am by Ronaldsway Met Office
Warnings

Nil.

Synopsis

Pressure will become slack across the Irish Sea today, with a ridge of high pressure building from the east into Britain tomorrow.

Wind

Cyclonic 2 to 4, then becoming Variable 2 or 3 tonight. Settling South or Southeast 3 or 4 in the east of the area tomorrow morning.

State of sea

Slight, becoming smooth or slight.

Weather

Isolated showers at first, then mainly fair, but a small risk of mist and fog patches near English and Welsh coasts tonight and at first tomorrow.

Visibility

Good, possibly moderate in any showers at first. Poor or very poor in any mist and fog patches.

Outlook for the following 24 hours

Wind

Becoming South or Southeast 3 or 4 in all waters tomorrow afternoon, then increasing 4 or 5 overnight into Wednesday.

State of sea

Smooth or slight, becoming slight or moderate later.

Weather

Fair.

Visibility

Good.

Approximate times of tides in Douglas

High water
(6.4m)
Low water
(1.2m)
High water
(6.4m)
Low water
(1.5m)
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)

Forecast by

Colin Gartshore
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