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Inshore waters forecast

Issued by the Met Office at 0600 UTC on Tuesday 19 June 2018

Inshore Waters Forecast to 12 miles offshore
for the period 0600 UTC Tuesday 19 June to 0600 UTC Wednesday 20 June 2018

General situation

An unsettled westerly weather pattern will dominate over the next couple of days with low pressure to the north and high pressure to the south. A slow-moving front will lay from west to east through central parts with various waves running along it

Gibraltar Point to North Foreland – Strong wind warning

24 hour forecast: 

Westerly becoming variable, 3 or 4, then becoming southwesterly 4 or 5, occasionally 6 later in north. Smooth or slight. Mainly fair. Moderate or good, occasionally poor later in south.

Outlook for the following 24 hours: 

Southwesterly 4 or 5, veering northwesterly 5 or 6 later. Smooth or slight, becoming slight or moderate later. Mainly fair. Moderate or good, occasionally poor

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