Gale warnings have been issued for the sea areas coloured in red on the map below.
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Low just north of Iceland 982 moving away slowly northwards, filling 988 by 1800 Tuesday. New high expected Baltic 1027 by same time. New low expected southeast Fitzroy 1010 by that time. Low Humber, 1019 losing its identity. High Shannon 1024 dissipating
Produced daily around 0730 UTC.