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
10pm Monday, 06 July 2015 for the period ending 1am
at 7 p.m., high, 1021mb, over southern Holland
drifting east and declining. Low, 996, just west of
Ireland moving slowly east with associated cold front
clearing the Channel tomorrow morning.
Forecast from 1am Tuesday to 1am
Wind: South to southwest 2 to 4 increasing 4 to 5 by
dawn, veering west around midday, further increasing 5 to 6
in the afternoon.
Sea state: Slight becoming moderate to rather rough, locally
rough in the north later.
Weather: Rain later tonight, locally heavy, clearing by mid-
Visibility: Good becoming moderate to poor for a time in
Swell: 2-4ft. Total waves becoming 6-9ft in the north
Outlook from 1am Wednesday to 1am
Wind: West 5 to 6, veering northwest in the afternoon,
decreasing 4 to 5 by evening, then 3 to 4 later.
Sea state: Moderate to rather rough, locally rough in the
north, becoming slight with swell in the
Weather: Isolated showers, dying out by midday.