Réamhaisnéis limistear na farraige
Forecast valid from: 00:00, Sunday 27 September 2020 until 00:00, Monday 28 September 2020
Small Craft Warning
Meteorological Situation at 21:00 UTC
A mainly moderate northerly airflow covers Ireland as it lies in a weak ridge of high pressure between an anticyclone of 1027hPa, centred to the northwest of Norway and an Azores high of 1029hPa.
Heavy Swell (>4m) : Nil
Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Malin Head to Wicklow Head to Roches Point and for the Irish Sea
Wind: Northerly force 3 or 4, reaching force 5 at times on the Irish Sea, decreasing northerly or variable force 2 or 3 imminently on northern and northeastern sea areas. Soon decreasing northwesterly or variable force 2 to 4. Later backing southerly and increasing force 4 or 5 on northern sea areas towards the end of the period.
Weather: Cloudy to fair, light rain or drizzle towards the end of the period.
Visibility: Mostly good.
Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Roches Point to Slyne Head to Malin Head
Wind: Southerly or variable force 2 or 3 imminent. Soon increasing force 4 or 5 and gusty. Later occasionally reaching force 6 at times on western and northwestern sea areas.
Weather: Cloudy to fair, occasional mist patches with rain and drizzle by the end of the period.
Visibility: Mostly good, moderate to poor in any precipitation or mist.
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 00:00, Tuesday 29 September 2020
Moderate to fresh southerly winds, occasionally strong on western and northwestern sea areas, first veering westerly on Atlantic sea areas before extending eastwards during Monday. Weather: Rain and drizzle moving eastwards, clearing to showers.
Forecast issued at: 00:00, Sunday 27 September 2020
All times are local unless specified