Weather Coast and Sea
A 24 hour weather forecast for 24 UK coastal areas
There are strong wind warnings in 19 areas.
There is a gale warning in 1 area.
The British Isles will lie in a mainly westerly airflow during the next 24 hours. However a developing Atlantic low passing eastwards between Iceland and Shetland will strengthen this flow, bringing severe gale or storm force winds to the far north during Tuesday night and Wednesday.
There are gale warnings in 12 areas.
The general synopsis at midday
Low 800 miles west of Rockall 995 expected just south of Iceland 966 by midday tomorrow
The Extended Outlook aims to signpost expected hazards for the Cullercoats, Niton and Portpatrick areas for the three days beyond the 24 hour shipping forecast.
There are storm warnings in 2 areas.
The general synopsis at 20 February 20:00 UTC
At 201200UTC, low 56 north 39 west 995 expected 63 north 17 west 966 by 211200UTC. High 43 north 22 west 1035 expected 41 north 24 west 1031 by same time. New lows expected 64 north 01 east 991 and 51 north 33 west 1010 by that time. Lows 63 north 33 west 990, sea area Southeast Iceland 989 and 57 north 45 west 994 all losing their identities. High southern Greenland 1004 slow-moving with little change.