At midnight, high pressure, 1027mb, west of Biscay extended a ridge to the west of Ireland expected to drift southeast.
Forecast from 7am Saturday to 7am Sunday.
Weather: Isolated showers this morning. Scattered showers developing this evening dying out by morning.
Wind: North 4 to 5, occasionally 6, backing northwest this afternoon, perhaps locally 7 early evening, decreasing 3 to 4 by morning.
Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate to poor in showers.
Sea state: Moderate to rather rough.
Sea swell: 2 to 4 feet.
Sea temperature: 10
Outlook from 7am Sunday to 7am Monday.
Weather: Occasional rain and drizzle especially in the morning and overnight. Mist and the risk of fog patches overnight.
Wind: Northwest 3 to 4, backing west by midday and increasing 4 to 5 early afternoon, locally 6 from evening, veering northwest to north and decreasing 3 to 4 by morning.
Visibility: Moderate to poor, occasionally good, perhaps very poor overnight.
Sea state: Moderate, becoming moderate to rather rough in the afternoon, occasionally rough in the north from evening, then mainly moderate by morning, with a low swell.