Mostly dry but often cloudy overnight. South-southwest winds will continue fresh to strong and minimum temperatures mostly around 7 Celsius.
Generally dry tomorrow and still mild but often cloudy, perhaps a few outbreaks of patchy rain at times, strong southwest winds, which will slowly decrease before veering west later.
Dry on Tuesday morning but a freshening southwest wind will bring rain during the afternoon.
5:33pm TodayWeather forecast updated as of 17 February 2019 11:03pm
Current shipping forecastValid for 24 Hours
High pressure over Central Europe. Complex low to the west of Ireland.
South or south-southwest 6 or 7 force 5 towards the English coast. Veering southwest 5 or 6 occasionally 7 in all waters tomorrow morning, then easing west 5 or 6 tomorrow evening.
State of Sea
Moderate or rough, but slight or moderate in Liverpool Bay.
Outlook for the following 24 hours
West 5 or 6 decreasing southwest 4 or 5 overnight into Tuesday.
State of Sea
Moderate or rough, becoming slight or moderate.
Mostly fair, then rain developing Tuesday evening.
Generally good, falling moderate in rain later.
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)Shipping forecast updated as of 17 February 2019 10:07pm
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