Marine forecasts

Wednesday the 24. January 2018.

There is gale warning for Southern Baltic, Western Baltic, the Belts and the Sound, Kattegat, Skagerrak, Fisher and German Bight.

A storm force low west of Scotland, below 964 hPa, is moving northeast, and causing a southwestern flow of warm and moist air with light rain towards Denmark. The associated coldfront with more widespread rain is in western part of the North Sea, and is moving towards east and is passing Denmark from late in the evening and is expected over Bornholm tomorrow morning.

Marine Forecast, valid to Thursday noon, issued at 10.05.

Southern Baltic
Gale from southwest 12 to 17 m/s. Moderate visibility. Tomorrow morning southwest 7 to 12 m/s. Poor visibility.

Western Baltic
Gale from southwest 11 to 16 m/s. Moderate visibility. Tomorrow morning southwest 5 to 10 m/s. Good visibility.

The Belts and the Sound
The Belts: gale from southwest 11 to 16 m/s. Moderate to good visibility. This night and tomorrow morning southwest 6 to 11 m/s. Good visibility. The Sound: gale from south 10 to 15 m/s. Moderate to good visibility. This night and tomorrow morning southwest 6 to 11 m/s. Good visibility.

Kattegat
Gale from south 11 to 16 m/s. Moderate visibility.

Skagerrak
Gale from southwest 14 to 19 m/s. Good visibility.

Fisher
Gale from southwest 16 to 21 m/s. Good visibility. Tomorrow morning southwest 8 to 13 m/s. Good visibility. Significant wave height: 7 m. Swells: 5 m.

German Bight
Gale from southwest 16 to 21 m/s. Good visibility. This night gale from southwest 10 to 15 m/s. Good visibility. Tomorrow morning southwest 7 to 12 m/s. Good visibility. Significant wave height: 6 m. Swells: 4 m.