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
10am Thursday, 26 November 2015 for the period ending 1pm
At 6 a.m., high, 1041mb, nearly stationary north
of the Azores. Warm front over western Ireland and the
mouth of the Channel was moving slowly east towards the
Forecast from 1pm Thursday to 1pm
Wind: Northerly 2 to 4, backing southwesterly by
midnight, increasing 4 to 5 during the morning, locally 6
in the north by midday.
Sea state: Slight, locally moderate by midday
Weather: Patchy rain or drizzle mainly after
Visibility: Mainly good, becoming moderate to poor after
Swell: 2 to 4 feet, becoming not significant during
Outlook from 1pm Friday to 1pm
Wind: Southwest to west 5 to 6, veering northwest by
evening and increasing 6 to 7, backing west to southwest
overnight, decreasing 5 to 6 for a time around dawn, then 6
to 7, locally gale 8 in the north by afternoon.
Sea state: Slight to moderate, becoming rather rough to
rough in the evening.
Weather: Rain, heavier and persistent with a risk of
thunder from late afternoon, clearing late evening.
Scattered squally showers developing Saturday
Visibility: Moderate to poor becoming good, except in