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In the UK, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) is responsible for the provision of Maritime Safety Information (MSI) to ships at sea, which includes the broadcast of warnings and forecasts. The Met Office initiates warnings and prepares routine forecasts for dissemination on behalf of the MCA.
Caution: The internet is not part of the Maritime Safety Information system and should never be relied upon as the only means to obtain the latest forecast and warning information. Access to the service may be interrupted or delayed from time to time, updates may also be delayed. Please refer to GMDSS services, INMARSAT SafetyNET or international NAVTEX for the latest information. When using these web pages, always check that the page on your screen is not from your cache. Use the Refresh or Reload button if in any doubt.
At 310000 UTC, low 59 north 30 west 972 expected 64 north 20 west 972 by 010000 UTC. Low 58 north 59 west 991 expected 60 north 41 west 991 by same time. Low 59 north 54 west 991 expected 61 north 49 west 986 by that time. at 310000 UTC, low 41 north 38 west 1015 expected 40 north 38 west 1018 by 010000 UTC. High 48 north 08 west 1023 expected 47 north 09 west 1024 by same time. High 43 north 51 west 1027 expected 42 north 47 west 1027 by that time. at 310000 UTC, developing low near 42 north 28 west expected 42 north 25 west 1017 by 010000 UTC. New high expected 79 north 08 west 1014 by same time. Low 57 north 02 east 1009 moving slowly southeast, losing its identity
Produced daily around 0730 UTC.