Ye'll have had your summer, then?

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Ye'll have had your summer, then?

Postby Telo » Mon Jun 16, 2008 2:48 am

Hmmm.....
    Mull of Kintyre to Ardnamurchan Point
    Inshore waters forecast
    24 hour forecast: 0100 Sun 15 Jun 0100 Mon 16 Jun
    Wind Northwest 3 or 4, occasionally 5 at first, backing southwest 4 or 5 later.
    Sea state Moderate, occasionally slight at first and rough later.
    Weather Fair then rain.
    Visibility Good becoming moderate.

    Outlook: 1900 Sun 15 Jun 1900 Mon 16 Jun
    Wind Southwest 3 or 4, increasing 5 to 7.
    Sea state Moderate becoming rough or very rough.
    Weather Rain.
    Visibility Good becoming moderate.

    Ardnamurchan Point to Cape Wrath including the Outer Hebrides
    Strong winds are forecast
    Inshore waters forecast
    24 hour forecast: 0100 Sun 15 Jun 0100 Mon 16 Jun
    Wind Northwest 3 backing southwest 5 or 6, occasionally 7 later.
    Sea state Slight or moderate becoming rough.
    Weather Fair at first, then rain.
    Visibility Good becoming moderate or poor.

    Outlook: 1900 Sun 15 Jun 1900 Mon 16 Jun
    Wind Southwest 5 or 6, occasionally 7 through The Minches.
    Sea state Moderate becoming rough or very rough.
    Weather Rain.
    Visibility Good becoming moderate.


And then there's all that stuff deluging the US. S'pose it'll be working its way over too.....

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Postby garredfox » Mon Jun 16, 2008 7:45 am

The webmaster himself is running a course out of sunny Barra this week and is really looking forward to the continuing sunny weather.
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Postby Rowana » Mon Jun 16, 2008 9:10 am

Not quite so bad on this side of the country . . .


Cape Wrath to Rattray Head including Orkney

Wind - Westerly 3 or 4 backing southerly 4 or 5, occasionally 6 in northwest.
Weather - Showers then rain.
Visibility - Good, becoming moderate or poor in north.
Sea State - Slight or moderate, occasionally rough later in north.

Outlook for the following 24 hours:

Wind - Southerly 4 or 5, occasionally 6 at first, decreasing 3 later.
Weather - Rain then showers.
Visibility - Mainly good, but moderate or poor at first in north.
Sea State - Slight in south, moderate or rough in north.



Rattray Head to Berwick on Tweed


Wind - Northwest 3 or 4 backing south 4 or 5.
Weather - Showers, with rain later.
Visibility - Mainly good.
Sea State - Slight, occasionally moderate at first.

Outlook for the following 24 hours:

Wind - Southerly 3 or 4, occasionally 6 at first in north.
Weather - Rain then showers.
Visibility - Mainly good.
Sea State - Slight, becoming moderate in north.
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Postby Telo » Mon Jun 16, 2008 4:32 pm

garredfox wrote:The webmaster himself is running a course out of sunny Barra this week


Errm, Nick was the inspiration for the post. ;-)

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Must still be better than the North Sea though.................


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