Marine forecasts

Saturday the 22. July 2017.

A low, 995 hPa, over the southern part of Ireland is moving slowly towards southeast while it is filling somewhat. An associated warmfront with rain and mist over southwestern part of the North Sea is moving towards northeast up over the southern part of the North Sea and gradually up over the southern and western part of Denmark.

Marine Forecast, valid to Sunday morning, issued at 4.15.

Southern Baltic
East 7 to 12 m/s. Good visibility.

Western Baltic
East 6 to 11 m/s. Good visibility.

The Belts and the Sound
The Belts: East 5 to 10 m/s. Good visibility. The Sound: East 6 to 11 m/s. Good visibility.

Kattegat
East 6 to 11 m/s. Good visibility.

Skagerrak
East 4 to 9 m/s. Good visibility.

Fisher
East 7 to 12 m/s. Moderate visibility. Significant wave height: 1,5 m. Swells: 1 m.

German Bight
East 6 to 11 m/s. Good visibility. This evening and this night east 7 to 12 m/s. And in southeastern part west 3 to 8 m/s. Poor to moderate visibility. Significant wave height: 1,5 m. Swells: 1 m.