At 1pm, low pressure, 986mb, over Scandinavia and high pressure, 1031mb, 300 miles west of Ireland, maintained a northerly flow over the British Isles.
Forecast from 7pm Wednesday to 7pm Thursday.
Weather: Scattered rain or hail showers, with a risk of thunder, becoming isolated overnight and dying out during the morning.
Wind: North to northeast 3 to 5, occasionally 6 with some gusts to 35kt near showers, backing north to northwest 2 to 4 in the morning, increasing 4 by evening.
Visibility: Good to very good, occasionally moderate in showers.
Sea state: Slight, occasionally moderate, decreasing smooth or slight by morning.
Sea swell: Not significant.
Sea temperature: 12
Outlook from 7pm Thursday to 7pm Friday.
Weather: Patchy light rain, dying out overnight.
Wind: Northwest 4 to 5, veering north 4 overnight, decreasing 1 to 3 by noon and becoming variable in the afternoon.
Visibility: Mainly good.
Sea state: Slight, occasionally moderate, decreasing smooth or slight by Friday afternoon.