Eden Park


Wet and windy.

Issued at 11:50 am, Friday 21st November 2014.
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Weather Forecast


Hi: 11°C Lo: 10°C

Turning wet through the early part of this afternoon, the rain then continuing for the rest of the day and turning heavy at times. Quite windy as well with strong southeast winds, possibly touching gale force in exposed places. Maximum temperature 11°C. For much of tonight there will be further spells of rain, but towards the end of the night it will become mostly dry as the winds ease. Temperatures overnight will rise a little to a mild 12°C.

Issued At: 11:50 am, Friday 21st November 2014.


Hi: 12°C Lo: 3°C

Bright or sunny intervals tomorow, with still a risk of one or two showers. Mainly moderate westerly winds. Outlook: A fine and dry day on Sunday, although with a slight grass frost possible in a few places at first, and then a more widespread frost overnight into Monday.

24 hrs Shipping Forecast for the North Irish Sea

Warnings: Strong winds, possibly gales.

General Situation: Deepening low pressure to the west of Ireland and Scotland will push frontal troughs northeastwards into the Irish Sea later today and tonight.

Wind: Southeast 6 or 7 for the rest of today, possibly touching gale 8 at times. Then veering and decreasing South 5 or 6 later tonight, South or Southwest 4 or 5 around dawn tomorrow, then West or Southwest 4 or 5 in the west of the area later in the morning.

Weather: Spells of rain and drizzle, then becoming mainly fair later tonight or at first tomorrow morning.

Visibility: Good, falling moderate or poor in rain and drizzle.

State of Sea: Moderate or rough, becoming moderate later tonight, then slight or moderate tomorrow morning.

Tides: L 16:49, H 22:42, L 05:02

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