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Sunday, 01 May 2016
  
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Sea Area Forecast


Small Craft Warning

South to Southwest winds will increase to force 6 or more later today on all Irish Coastal Waters.
Issued at 05:00 on 1-May-2016



Sea Area Forecast until 0600 Monday 02 May 2016

Issued at 0600 Sunday 01 May 2016


Gale warning: NIL

Small craft warning: In operation

Meteorological situation at 4am: Frontal troughs over Ireland will continue to move Eastwards this morning followed by a slackening Westerly airflow. A strengthening Southwest flow will follow later with the corresponding cold front crossing the country tonight.

Forecast for coasts from Fair Head to Howth Head to Roches Point and for the Irish Sea
Wind: South to Southwest force 5 to 7, moderating force 4 to 6 for a time but increasing force 6 or 7 in the evening.

Forecast for coasts from Roches Point to Erris Head to Fair Head
Wind: West to Southwest force 4 or 5. Becoming South to Southwest during the day and increasing force 6 or 7 in the afternoon and evening. Veering Westerly force 5 or 6 overnight.

Weather for all sea areas: Rain, drizzle, mist and fog. A clearance to showers later tonight in the West.

Visibility for all sea areas: Moderate or poor. Improving good in the West later.

Outlook for a further 24 hours until 0600 Tuesday 03 May 2016: Strong to near gale force West to Northwest winds, moderating later. Rain clearing to showers.


Next update before 1300 Sunday, 01 May 2016
 
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