Cloud with outbreaks of rain developing into this evening, which could be possibly heavy at times and with light winds.
Tonight the rain will clear away, with tomorrow starting cloudy and a little rain may develop for a time. However, it will become dry by about late morning with sunny spells then developing for the rest of the day. Light or moderate westerly winds, with the maximum temperature 17 Celsius.
Fine and dry on Monday and Tuesday but with winds slowly increasing.
7:28pm TodayWeather forecast updated as of 18 September 2021 5:03pm
Current shipping forecastValid for 24 Hours
A waving frontal system will affect the Irish Sea today, clearing away tonight as another weak front approaches from the west.
Variable 2 or 3, settling west or southwest 3 or 4 tonight, possibly occasionally 5 in the south of the area for a time. Slightly veering west or northwest 3 or 4 tomorrow morning.
State of Sea
Smooth, becoming slight tonight.
Occasional outbreaks of rain, possibly heavy at times, becoming mainly fair for Sunday afternoon.
Good, falling moderate at times in rain.
Outlook for the following 24 hours
West or northwest 3 or 4, backing west or southwest Monday morning.
State of Sea
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)Shipping forecast updated as of 18 September 2021 4:45pm
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