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Sea Area Forecast

Forecast valid from: 18:00, Wednesday 05 August 2020 until 18:00, Thursday 06 August 2020

Small Craft Warning

Nil

Gale Warning

Nil

Meteorological Situation at 15:00 UTC

A moderate to fresh westerly airflow covers Ireland as frontal zones clear into the Irish. The flow will back southerly and gradually freshen with embedded showery trough lines feeding up in the flow later.

Heavy Swell (>4m) : Nil

Wave Height Forecast

Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Malin Head to Wicklow Head to Hook Head and for the Irish Sea

Wind: Southwest to west force 4 or 5 and gusty. Imminently decreasing westerly or variable, force 2 to 4. Later increasing south to southeast force 4 or 5, locally force 6 off the north coast.

Weather: Lingering rain clearing this evening, becoming mostly fair.

Visibility: Moderate or poor in rain, improving good.

Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Hook Head to Roches Point to Mizen Head

Wind: Westerly force 4 to 5 and gusty. Soon decreasing southwesterly or variable, force 2 or 3. Later increasing southerly force 3 or 4.

Weather: Fair to cloudy, some showery rain later.

Visibility: Good

Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Mizen Head to Slyne Head to Malin Head

Wind: West to southwest force 3 or 4. Soon increasing southerly force 4 to 5, later increasing force 5 or 6, strongest off the west coast.

Weather: Fair to cloudy. Isolated showers later.

Visibility: Good

Outlook for a further 24 hours until 18:00, Friday 07 August 2020

Mostly fresh southerly winds, locally strong at first. Later moderating west to southwest. Mainly fair at first, apart from some showery rain in Atlantic sea areas. More general rain will extend from the Atlantic on Thursday night and Friday, with some heavy and possibly thundery bursts in the north. Fair weather extending from the Atlantic later.

Forecast issued at: 18:00, Wednesday 05 August 2020

All times are local unless specified

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