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St. Ouens Bay - Le Braye (Beach)

Sunday 24 March

Low High Low High
03:06 08:40 15:27 21:00
0.6 m 11.6 m 0.8 m 11.1 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny day N 10

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Monday 25 March

Low High Low High
03:41 09:15 15:59 21:33
1.1 m 10.9 m 1.6 m 10.4 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny day NNE 15

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Tuesday 26 March

Low High Low High
04:13 09:48 16:29 22:06
1.9 m 9.9 m 2.5 m 9.5 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny day N 8

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Wednesday 27 March

Low High Low High
04:45 10:24 17:00 22:43
2.9 m 9.0 m 3.4 m 8.6 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny intervals N 7

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Thursday 28 March

Low High Low High
05:24 11:09 17:44 23:40
3.7 m 8.1 m 4.2 m 7.9 m
Weather conditions Wind speed/direction On/Offshore wind direction
Sunny day NE 8

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Regional forecast for South West England

This Evening and Tonight:

Dry with clear spells this evening, but turning cloudier later with isolated showers spreading in from the north. The showers will largely die away by morning, and under any clear skies it will be a chilly end to the night. Minimum Temperature 1 °C.

Monday:

Dry for most throughout Monday with bright or sunny spells. A little more cloud into the afternoon could give an isolated light shower. Feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine. Maximum Temperature 14 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Largely dry throughout with bright or sunny spells and light winds. Patchy frost and fog could develop overnight but feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine.

Updated at: 1356 on Sun 24 Mar 2019


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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.