An anticyclone over Scandinavia extends a ridge of high pressure over the Norwegian Sea towards Faeroe and Shetland. A shallow low over the Shetland basin maintains the light and rather Variable winds during Friday.
Northeast 3 or 4 becoming variable 3 or less. Smooth or slight. Mainly fair at first, then mist or fog patches. Mainly good, occasionally poor or very poor.
for 12 Hours from 0600 UTC on Saturday 28 May until 1800 UTC on Saturday 28 May Variable 3 or less. Smooth or slight. Mist or fog patches. Moderate or poor, occasionally very poor.
Inshore waters overview
Forecasts for UK inshore waters are issued four times a day and cover a period of 24 hours from 0000, 0600, 1200 and 1800 UTC.
The coastal waters, up to 12 miles offshore, around the British Isles are divided into 19 areas.
The forecast contains details of forecast wind direction and force, weather, visibility and sea state.
Strong coastal winds (Strong Breeze force 6 or more) are displayed for the first 24 hours of the inshore waters forecast.
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