For the area bounded by latitude 50N, the French coast between Cap de la Hague and Île de Bréhat and longitude 3W.
Issued by the Jersey Meteorological Department at
4pm Sunday, 26 June 2016 for the period ending 7pm
At 1pm, a ridge of high pressure over France was
declining as fronts near the Southwest Approaches moved
east, expected to affect the area this evening and
Forecast from 7pm Sunday to 7pm
Wind: West to southwest 4 to 5, perhaps locally 6,
veering west to northwest around dawn, decreasing 3 to 4 in
Sea state: Moderate becoming slight by afternoon.
Weather: Occasional rain or drizzle and a risk of fog
patches, clearing during the morning to become
Visibility: Moderate to poor, perhaps very poor, becoming
good during Monday morning.
Swell: Not significant.
Outlook from 7pm Monday to 7pm
Wind: West to northwest 3 to 4, decreasing 2 to 3 for a
time overnight, backing southwest to south by dawn,
increasing 4 to 5, by early afternoon, veering southwest to
west later, perhaps increasing 6 at times.
Sea state: Smooth or slight, increasing moderate during the
afternoon, perhaps rather rough later.
Weather: Occasional rain Tuesday afternoon, perhaps heavy
at times, clearing in the west of the area later.
Visibility: Good becoming moderate to poor in rain, locally
good again in the west later.