Cloudy this evening with a strengthening south or southeast wind, it will turn wet tonight with heavy rain and gales for a time before the rain clears and with wind turns to the west and moderates soon before dawn. Temperatures around 5 Celsius this evening will pick up to 8 or 9 by the end of the night.
Coastal overtopping around the time of high tide (~1:15am).
A generally dry and bright day tomorrow with a fresh to strong westerly wind and temperatures around 9C Celsius.
Rather more cloudy at times on Sunday with a chance of one or two showers, fresh to strong westerly winds and temperatures around 7C.
4:28pm TomorrowWeather forecast updated as of 15 January 2021 6:03pm
Current shipping forecastValid for 24 Hours
There is a GALE Warning in operation
A deep low developing northwest of the British Isles will push a frontal front trough across the area overnight
South to southeast 5 or 6 increasing 6 to gale 8 this evening, veering west 5 or 6 early tomorrow
State of Sea
Slight or moderate becoming moderate or rough
Heavy rain for a time overnight
Good becoming moderate or poor in rain
Outlook for the following 24 hours
West 5 or 6 occasionally 7 at first
State of Sea
Moderate or rough
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)Shipping forecast updated as of 15 January 2021 4:12pm
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