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 Saturday, 29 April 2017 for the period ending 1pm
At 7am, a ridge of over France was expected to
decline as a low develops just southwest of Ireland
Forecast from 1pm Saturday to 1pm
Wind: Southeast 3 to 4, locally variable near the
Normandy coast, generally increasing 4 to 5 early evening
and 5 to 6 by midnight
Sea state: Smooth or slight, becoming moderate to rather
rough overnight, perhaps rough in the extreme
Weather: Rain spreading from the west around dawn, becoming
persistent, locally heavy.
Visibility: Good or very good, becoming moderate to poor in
Swell: Becoming 2 to 4 feet Sunday morning.
Outlook from 1pm Sunday to 1pm
Wind: Southeast 5 to 6, veering southwest 4 to 5 by
evening, with gusts to 35kt near showers, further veering
Sea state: Moderate to rather rough with a low swell,
perhaps rough in the north at first.
Weather: Rain soon clearing to showers, perhaps heavy with
a risk of hail and thunder.
Visibility: Moderate to poor in rain and showers, otherwise