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<font color='#0000FF'>THE SHIPPING FORECAST ISSUED BY THE MET OFFICE
AT 0015 ON SATURDAY 31 JANUARY 2004

THERE ARE WARNINGS OF GALES IN DOGGER GERMAN BIGHT HUMBER THAMES
DOVER WIGHT PORTLAND PLYMOUTH BISCAY FITZROY SOLE LUNDY FASTNET
IRISH SEA SHANNON ROCKALL MALIN FAIR ISLE AND FAEROES

THE GENERAL SYNOPSIS AT 1800
LOW JUST NORTH OF VIKING 980 EXPECTED WEST NORWAY 983 BY 1800
SATURDAY. LOW 200 MILES WEST OF FITZROY 983 EXPECTED IRISH SEA 980
BY SAME TIME. NEW LOW EXPECTED GERMAN BIGHT 979 BY THAT TIME. LOW
NORTHERN IRELAND 989 MOVING EAST AND LOSING ITS IDENTITY

THE AREA FORECASTS FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS



THAMES DOVER WIGHT PORTLAND PLYMOUTH
SOUTHWEST 7 TO SEVERE GALE 9, OCCASIONALLY STORM 10. OCCASIONAL
RAIN. MODERATE OR GOOD


North Foreland to Selsey Bill.
24 hour forecast:
Wind: south or southwest 6. later southwest gale 8 or severe gale 9.
Weather: periods of rain.
Visibility: moderate or good.
Sea State: rough or very rough.
Outlook for the following 24 hours:
Wind: southwest 6 to gale 8.
Weather: mainly fair, perhaps some patchy rain.
Visibility: mainly good.
Sea State: rough or very rough.
 

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yep it`s crap out there

I live about 20 miles from dover on the coast, and it`s blowing like a good`n down `ere


Tony
 
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