Weather Coast and Sea
A 24 hour weather forecast for 24 UK coastal areas
There are strong wind warnings in 14 areas.
There is a gale warning in 1 area.
A large area of high pressure centred over the Continent will maintain a strong ridge across southern parts of the British Isles through Thursday. Meanwhile, a very strong southwesterly airflow will affect the north. On Thursday, a new high will develop over the near Atlantic, bringing quieter weather to all areas.
There are gale warnings in 15 areas.
The general synopsis at 1800
Low just east of Iceland 983 expected north finland 974 by 1800 Wednesday. New high expected belgium 1033 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 is a storm warning in 1 area.
The general synopsis at 25 September 19:00 UTC
At 251200UTC, developing low moving rather quickly northeast expected 67 north 14 east 973 by 261200UTC. New lows expected 66 north 23 west 1007, 64 north 37 west 1005 and sea area Fitzroy 1021 by same time. Lows 61 north 42 west 997, 52 north 28 west 1011 and 45 north 37 west 1012 all losing their identities by that time. at 251200UTC, high southern Greenland 1009, slow moving, intensifying 1019 by 261200UTC. Lows 64 north 28 west 987, 66 north 24 west 987, 71 north 00 east 990 and 71 north 10 east 990 all losing their identities by same time. High 76 north 21 west 1001 dissipating by that time