Shipping Forecast

Issued by the Jersey Meteorological Department at 10am Friday, 22 September 2017 for the period ending 1pm Sunday.

Summary

Mainly sunny.

General

At 7 a.m., low, 1002mb, just northwest of Ireland was expected to move northeast as a ridge builds over northern France and the Channel.

Forecast from 1pm Friday to 1pm Saturday.

Forecast: Risk of mist patches near the French coast around dawn on Saturday.

Wind: Southwest 2 to 4, becoming variable 1 to 3 Jersey southward for a time this afternoon, then generally south to southeast 3 to 4 in the evening.

Visbility: Good or very good, perhaps moderate to poor around dawn.

Sea State: Smooth or slight.

Sea Swell: 2 to 4 feet.

Sea Temperature:17°

Outlook from 1pm Saturday to 1pm Sunday.

Forecast: Risk of some mist patches Sunday morning.

Wind: Southeast 2 to 4, backing easterly for a time Saturday evening.

Visbility: Good, perhaps locally moderate to poor by Sunday morning.

Sea State: Smooth or slight with a low swell.

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