Example Forecast 10/09/16 – 11/09/16 – Friday AM Version......

PRESSURE SYNOPSIS

A Saturday will see a couple of deep Low pressures to the North and North West of us. With a Low pressure of 965 millibars East of Iceland in the Greenland Sea, the second Low will be 975 millibars in the Northern Atlantic, South Wes of Iceland and South East of Greenland. There will also be a third fat Low pressure of 1001 millibars coming out of Newfoundland. The High preesure will be all around us, with a High in Western Russia of 1020 millibars, with another High pressure of 1026 millibars in the Southern Mid Atlantic around the Azores, with a third High pressure of 1013 millibars coming out of the Labrador Sea. Sunday's picture will be more confused, with a Low pressure of 982 millibars off Western Ireland, with another of the same depth (982 millibars) in the North Eastern Atlantic, South West of Iceland. A third Low will be just North of Iceland at 978 millibars in the Denmark Strait. There will be two fat Low pressures, one in the Norwegian Sea impacting Northern Norway at 1002 millibars, with a second fat Low in the Western Atlantic at 1018 millibars. The High pressures will be in Western Russia at 1021 millibars, the Mid Mediterranean at 1018 millibars, with two more High pressures in the far West, one of 1010 millibars in the labrador Sea, another coming out of Newfoundland at 1024 millibars. The final High pressure will be 1020 millibars around the Azores. So the picture is a complicated one overall, meaning swell for most places, but do read the details of your areas to get the best of things.................

OVERALL

Looking fun in quite a few spots actually – the South West, Wales, Northern Scotland, the Channel Islands, South Coast and Western Scotland at times. Read your area and surrounding areas to get the best of what there is…………

BEGINNERS / IMPROVERS

Challenging for you in the South West and Wales , mind the size, head for sheltered spots and for gawds sake don't get in others way – don't sit and watch someone surfing towards you get out of the way – fast! The surfer on the wave has priority, you don't, and nor do you have a ticket to get in the way / watch the show! Have fun, and play safe.......

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Scotland
Scotland
East Coast
East Coast
Wales
Wales
South West
South West
South Coast
South Coast
Channel Islands
Channel Islands
It should be remembered

It should be remembered:

  • Regardless of the Weekend Outlook if there is surf, you should be out there to improve your surfing ability
  • so unless it’s flat, just ignore it(!) and go surfing.
  • The Weekend Outlook is aimed at those who are competent at paddling out in 6ft plus surf and looking for perfect conditions.
  • This is a SURF report, we care about the waves, as to whether it is sunny, rainy, snowy or hailing is incidental, and neither here nor there as far as we are concerned.
  • Also note that this is always written for midday, so there may be variances during the AM and PM.
  • Wave Heights are written in what you are actually taking in the face / duck diving, we are not into macho bs of measuring the wave from the back, this is the real thing, what you drop and ride = simple.


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