Weather Coast and Sea
A 24 hour weather forecast for 24 UK coastal areas
There are strong wind warnings in 11 areas.
There is a gale warning in 1 area.
A deep area of low pressure near Iceland will continue to move away northwards. This will gradually ease the gales in northern and western areas overnight tonight. Thereafter a moderate south or southeasterly airflow will prevail, with a general decline in visibilities for southern and eastern waters.
There are gale warnings in 14 areas.
The general synopsis at midday
Low Southeast Iceland 976 moving steadily northwards and losing its identity by midday tomorrow. Low just west of Rockall 991 moving rather quickly northeastwards and losing its identity by same time
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 8 areas.
The general synopsis at 15 November 08:00 UTC
At 150000UTC, low 60 north 17 west 966 expected 68 north 10 west 981 by 160000UTC. Low 51 north 53 west 952 expected 49 north 38 west 950 by same time. Front lying from 50 north 53 west to 53 north 50 west to 48 north 40 west expected to lie 54 north 45 west to 58 north 32 west to 44 north 26 west to 50 north 24 west to 40 north 29 west by that time. New low expected 56 north 36 west 952 by 160000UTC. Lows 72 north 10 east 993, 52 north 22 west 991 and 61 north 32 west 987, all losing their identities by same time. High 76 north 18 west 1014 expected 82 north 10 east 1016 by that time