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 4am Sunday, 21 July 2019 for the period ending 7am Tuesday.
At 1 a.m., a series of low pressure areas covered the Atlantic whilst a high pressure ridge building across Biscay and the Channel, with high, 1024mb, expected to become centred, near Cherbourg by midday Monday.
Forecast from 7am Sunday to 7am Monday.
Wind: Southwest to south 1 to 3, becoming variable after midday across the east and south of the area, increasing 3 to 4 across the north overnight.
Sea state: Slight becoming mainly smooth across the south during the afternoon.
Weather: Fair or fine, isolated mist patches, mainly across the west and north of the area.
Visibility: Good, locally moderate or poor.
Swell: 2 to 3 feet.
Outlook from 7am Monday to 7am Tuesday.
Wind: Southwest 2 to 4, locally variable 1 to 2 across the southeast of the area, gradually veering northwest to north by late afternoon and further veering northeast to east by midnight.
Sea state: Slight or smooth.
Weather: Fair or fine, localised mist patches, mainly across mid-Channel.
Visibility: Good, locally moderate to poor.