Aimsir Cósta agus Farraige
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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 United Kingdom lies in a chilly and showery airmass. A small, but vigorous low will bring strong winds to Northern Ireland and the northern Irish Sea this evening, before filling as it drifts into the North Sea on Tuesday. The next Atlantic system will bring strong winds and rain to southern and central areas overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, before showery conditions resume later on Wednesday.
There are gale warnings in 6 areas.
The general synopsis at midday
Low Norwegian Sea 984 expected Bailey 994 by midday tomorrow. New high expected Biscay 1024 by same time. Low Rockall 999 losing its identity
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.
The general synopsis at 27 April 19:00 UTC
At 271200UTC low 64 north 06 west 984 expected 61 north 13 west 994 by 281200UTC. High 67 north 43 west 1035 expected 64 north 45 west 1036 by same time. High 53 north 25 west 1025 expected 47 north 06 west 1024 by that time. New low expected 43 north 43 west 990 by 281200UTC. New high expected 72 north 21 west 1032 by same time. Lows 47 north 41 west 1009, 57 north 30 west 1020 and 57 north 10 west 999 all losing their identities