Sea Area Forecast
Forecast valid from: 00:00, Tuesday 13 April 2021 until 00:00, Wednesday 14 April 2021
Small Craft Warning
Meteorological Situation at 21:00 UTC
Ireland lies in a light to moderate westerly or variable airflow under the influence of an anticyclone of 1033 hPa centred south of the country. The anticyclone will drift northwards and become centred over Ireland on Tuesday.
Heavy Swell (>4m) : Nil
Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Roches Point to Valentia to Slyne Head
Wind: Southeasterly or variable force 3 or less, soon increasing east to southeast force 3 or 4.
Weather: Mainly fair with isolated showers. Patches of mist and fog imminent.
Visibility: Mostly good, decreasing moderate or poor in mist and fog.
Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Slyne Head to Carlingford Lough to Roches Point and for the Irish Sea
Wind: Westerly or variable force 3 or less, later becoming northerly or variable.
Weather: Mainly fair with isolated showers. Mist and fog developing imminently. Fog becoming dense on eastern sea areas later.
Visibility: Mostly good, decreasing poor in mist and fog.
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 00:00, Thursday 15 April 2021
Moderate to fresh southeasterly winds in the west and south with light variable winds in the north and east. Weather: Mainly fair with isolated showers. Mist and fog, particularly on northern, eastern and southern sea areas.
Forecast issued at: 00:00, Tuesday 13 April 2021
All times are local unless specified