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Highest Wind - Next 24-hours
Based on GFS model updated:
Fri 24 February 2017 17:13
|Strong winds next 24-hours?
White=No warning, Yellow=F6+, Red=F7+
|The Solent (west)|
|The Solent (east)|
|North Foreland to Eastbourne|
|Eastbourne to Selsey Bill|
|The Channel Islands|
|Mid Channel 50N 0W|
|Mid Channel 50N 1.5W|
|Mid Channel 50N 2.5W|
|St Albans Head to Portland Bill|
|Portland Bill to Start Point|
|Start Point to The Lizard|
|The Lizard to Hartland Point|
|Isle of Scilly|
|Bristol Channel (N Devon & Somerset)|
|St Davids Head to Holyhead|
|Holyhead to Morecambe Bay|
|Morecambe Bay to Maryport|
|Maryport to Mull of Kintyre|
|Mull of Kintyre to Tiree|
|Firth of Clyde|
|Butt of Lewis|
|Tiree to Cape Wrath|
|Cape Wrath to Wick|
|Wick to Fraserburgh|
|Fraserburgh to Arbroath|
|Arbroath to Dunbar|
|Dunbar to Whitby|
|Whitby to Hunstanton|
|Hunstanton to Clacton-on-Sea|
|Clacton-on-Sea to North Foreland|
|Bristol Channel (South Wales)|
|Irish Sea (South) 52.5N 5W|
|Irish Sea (Central) 53.5 5W|
|Irish Sea (North) 54.5N 5W|
|Mid Channel (49.5N 3.5W)|
|Mid Channel (49.5N 4.5W)|
|Mid Channel (49.0N 5.0W)|
|Isle of Wight (SW)|
|Isle of Wight (SE)|