A few showers at first, then dry for the rest of the night dry with some clear spells. The fresh to strong south to southwest wind will ease slightly later in the night with minimum temperature no lower than 10°C.
Tomorrow will be mostly dry with bright or sunny intervals and just a small risk of a shower. Temperatures up to 17°C at best in a fresh south to southwest wind.
Fine and dry on Tuesday with plenty of sunshine and a light to moderate south to south-westerly breeze. Feeling pleasant in the sunshine with a top temperature of 17°C.
9:54pm TodayWeather forecast updated as of 16 June 2019 10:05pm
Current shipping forecastValid for 24 Hours
There is a STRONG WIND warning in operation.
High pressure is centred over France with low pressure to the west of Ireland, with associated frontal troughs affecting the Irish Sea for a time this evening.
South or southwest 5 or 6, locally 7 at first.
State of Sea
Mainly moderate, occasionally rough.
Occasional showers at first, then mainly fair.
Good, but moderate in showers.
Outlook for the following 24 hours
South or southwest force 5 or 6, decreasing 4 or 5 overnight into Tuesday, and 3 or 4 early Tuesday morning.
State of Sea
Moderate, becoming mainly slight overnight into Tuesday.
Mainly fair with only isolated showers.
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)Shipping forecast updated as of 16 June 2019 10:10pm
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