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Croy (Beach)

Saturday 23 September

High Low High Low
02:29 07:58 15:01 20:20
3.2 m 0.4 m 3.0 m 0.5 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Cloudy S 21

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Sunday 24 September

High Low High Low
03:03 08:31 15:33 20:54
3.2 m 0.5 m 3.0 m 0.6 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Light rain SSE 12

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Monday 25 September

High Low High Low
03:37 09:05 16:09 21:30
3.1 m 0.6 m 3.0 m 0.7 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Cloudy NNW 5

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Tuesday 26 September

High Low High Low
04:13 09:42 16:46 22:11
3.0 m 0.8 m 2.9 m 0.8 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Cloudy SE 13

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Wednesday 27 September

High Low High Low
04:51 10:23 17:27 22:58
2.9 m 1.0 m 2.8 m 1.0 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Cloudy SE 20

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Regional forecast for Strathclyde

This Evening and Tonight:

Perhaps some late brightness over Ayr and Glasgow, but most cloudy with patchy rain spreading across Argyll through the evening, then elsewhere overnight. Rain becoming more persistent with heavier outbreaks later in the night. Breezy, strong southerly winds on coasts Minimum Temperature 12 °C.

Sunday:

A rather dull and cloudy day with rain, this heavy at times, especially later across Ayrshire, over Argyll and around Loch Lomond. South to southeast winds easing light.in afternoon. Maximum Temperature 16 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Cloudy with rain on Monday, though becoming drier and perhaps brighter in afternoon. Generally cloudy Tuesday and Wednesday, some brighter spells, but patchy rain too, mostly hills.Stronger southerly winds Wednesday

Updated at: 1546 on Sat 23 Sep 2017


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What are tides?

Tides refer to the rise and fall of a body of water, most commonly seen in the oceans; caused by the interaction between the moon, sun and Earth.

As the positions of Earth, sun and moon change in relation to each other, the gravitational pull and centrifugal forces acting upon the oceans vary and it is these differences that cause fluctuation in the height of the sea which we see at the tides going out and in.

In the UK we mostly experience a semi-diurnal tide which means we experience two high tides and two low tides each day. These occur approximately every 12 hours and 25 minutes.