Forecast valid from: 06:00, Saturday 01 April 2023 until 06:00, Sunday 02 April 2023
Northwesterly winds will reach force 6 on Irish coasts from Carnsore Point to Slyne Head to Malin Head today (Saturday).
Ireland lies in a fresh to strong northwesterly airflow between a filling low (990hPa) centred over the Netherlands, and a ridge of pressure (1021hPa) building from the west. A slow-moving weather front lies over the north and east of Ireland.
Small Craft Warning: In effect
Heavy Swell (>4m) : Nil
Wind: Northwest force 5 or 6, possibly reaching force 7 for a time imminent in the southwest. Later decreasing northerly force 3 or 4, becoming easterly force 2 in the west at end of period.
Weather: Fair with isolated showers.
Visibility: Mostly good.
Wind: Becoming northerly or variable force 3 to 5 imminent. Later decreasing force 2 to 4.
Weather: Cloudy with outbreaks of rain, becoming fair later.
Visibility: Moderate at times.
Light variable winds Sunday morning. Moderate to fresh southeasterly winds will develop Sunday night, increasing strong to near gale force in the west overnight. Weather: Fair, becoming cloudy.
Forecast issued at: 06:00, Saturday 01 April 2023
All times are local unless specified