|Coastal Reports||At 11 Pm Friday 28 November 2014|
|Malin Head Automatic||Southeast, 08 Knots, Fair, 7 Miles, 1009, Rising Slowly|
|Buoy M5||East, 14 Knots, The Visibility At Tuskar Lighthouse Is Greater Than 10 Miles, 1004, Rising Slowly|
|Roche's Pt Automatic||East-Northeast, 08 Knots, Cloudy, 5 Miles, 1005, Rising Slowly|
|Valentia Automatic||South, 04 Knots, Fair, 15 Miles, 1005, Rising|
|Belmullet Automatic||Southeast, 07 Knots, Fair, 7 Miles, 1007, Rising Slowly|
|Dublin Airport||East, 08 Knots, Mist, 7 Miles, 1007, Rising Slowly|
|Buoy M2 53o 29'N, 5o 26'W||East, 16 Knots, Wave Ht 1.4 M, 1007, Rising Slowly|
|Buoy M3 51o 13'N, 10o 33'W||Report Not Available|
|Buoy M4 55o 0'N 10o 0'W||South-Southeast, 12 Knots, Wave Ht 2.7 M, 1008, Rising Slowly|
|Buoy M5 51o 41'N 6o 42'W||East, 14 Knots, Wave Ht 2.3 M, 1004, Rising Slowly|
|Buoy M6 53o 4'N 15o 56'W||Wind Direction Not Available, Wind Speed Not Available, Wave Ht 04.6 M, 1003, Steady|
|Disclaimer: buoy locations are approximate and are not for navigational purposes|
|Sea Crossings||State of sea until 2400 Sunday 30 November 2014|
|Dublin - Holyhead||Slight, but moderate in places at first|
|Rosslare - South Wales||Moderate decreasing slight during Saturday.|
|Cork - South Wales||Rough decreasing moderate by Saturday night, slight to moderate later.|
|Rosslare - France||Rough or very rough decreasing moderate by early Sunday|
|Cork - France||Rough or very rough decreasing moderate by early Sunday|
Meteorological situation at 2100: Ireland lies in a col between areas of low pressure over Iberia and in Mid Atlantic and an anticyclone over southeastern Scandinavia and Russia. A moderate to fresh southeast to east flow over Ireland will slacken. A weak cold front will approach from the northwest later Saturday in a freshening southwest flow.
Wind: East force 4 or 5, decreasing force 2 to 4 overnight. Becoming variable during the morning and then southerly. Becoming west or northwest force 3 to 5 by this time tomorrow.
Wind: East force 2 to 4, becoming southeast overnight. Increasing southerly force 3 to 5 during the day and possibly reaching force 6 on parts of the north and northwest for a time. Veering westerly force 3 to 5 later.
Weather for all coasts and the Irish Sea: Patches of mist or drizzle but mainly fair. Scattered outbreaks of rain later in the west and north.
Visibility for all coasts and the Irish Sea: Moderate or poor in rain, drizzle or mist, otherwise good.
Warning of heavy swell: on parts of the west and southwest coast for a time overnight.
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 2400 Sunday 30 November 2014: Moderate, locally fresh west or northwest winds will become moderate northerly in eastern sea areas and moderate to fresh south to southwesterly in western areas. Rain clearing and becoming mostly fair.