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UPDATED WEATHER OUTLOOK The high pressure to south is giving us the good weather which is following a “typical” summer pattern of light variable winds early in the morning and a sea breeze developing in the afternoon. There is however a low 600nm west of Ireland and this is going to give us a change on Friday as a series of weather fronts cross the country. These will push the high to the SE but as the fronts come up against it they will lose some of their intensity and what will be a heavy rainband in Cornwall will be showers by the time the front reaches the Isle of Wight. The last of these showers should clear the Solent late on Friday afternoon or early evening and Saturday will be a mainly sunny day as the high pushes back in and we get a moderate south westerly wind. As the land heats it will help to enhance the gradient wind which will increase to 15-20 knots and a little stronger around St Catherine’s and where the wind is funnelled in the western Solent. Estimated wind strength (knots) and direction; gusts are likely to be 1/3rd as much again as the average wind strength and stronger with showers. Thursday 25th Light and variable wind this morning becoming a south-westerly sea breeze during the afternoon at 8-13 knots. Long sunny spells although there is likely to be some cloud around midday. Maximum temperature 20-22°C. Friday 26th Overnight the wind will drop light and variable with increasing cloud cover. As the front approaches the wind will swing to the SW and increase 13-18 through the afternoon. There is likely to be some light rain then showers in the afternoon. As the front clears the wind should veer to the NW late in the day and stay NW overnight. Maximum temperature 17-19°C. Saturday 27th Light W-NW 5-10 early in the morning becoming SW’ly and increasing 8-13 by mid morning and 18-23 in places by midday. The windiest areas will be near the Needles and also around St Catherine’s. The wind is expected to stay moderate to strong through the western and central Solent as it is funnelled by the land; the wind will then drop in the evening and overnight. There will be some long sunny spells with a maximum temperature of 20-22°C. Sunday 28th Light and variable wind early morning becoming SW 10-15 with the chance of showers during the afternoon. Maximum temperature 18-20C Chris Tibbs – Sailing Weather Ltd. (C) Thierry Martinez Photographe

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