Weather Coast and Sea
A 24 hour weather forecast for 24 UK coastal areas
There are strong wind warnings in 8 areas.
There is a gale warning in 1 area.
An area of low pressure will move southwards across England today, losing its identity as it does so. A ridge of high pressure will follow from the northwest before the next Atlantic frontal system comes southeastwards across all areas during Tuesday and Tuesday night.
There are gale warnings in 3 areas.
The general synopsis at midnight
Atlantic low 994 moving steadily east-northeast, expected just south of Iceland 998 by midnight tonight. Low southwest Scotland 1014 losing its identity
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.
The general synopsis at 28 July 07:00 UTC
At 280000UTC, low 62 north 30 west 994 expected 62 north 17 west 998 by 290000UTC. New low expected 64 north 39 west 1008 by same time. High 47 north 24 west 1029 slow-moving with little change. Low 72 north 22 west 1010 losing its identity. Highs 52 north 40 west 1025 and 66 north 06 west 1020 both dissipating