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Marine forecasts

Monday the 23. October 2017.

There is gale warning for Kattegat, Skagerrak, Fisher and German Bight.

A low, 1013 hPa, at Hamburg, is moving towards southeast and is filling. Unstable air with showers is still situated over Denmark. A warm front over the western part of the North Sea, is moving towards east and gives during the period gradually rain to all waters, however first reaching Southern Baltic Tuesday afternoon and evening.

Marine Forecast, valid to Tuesday evening, issued at 16.15.

Southern Baltic
Southeast 7 to 12 m/s. Good visibility.

Western Baltic
In eastern part east 6 to 11 m/s. And in western part east 2 to 7 m/s. Good visibility. This night, tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon south 7 to 12 m/s. Good visibility.

The Belts and the Sound
The Belts: south 8 to 13 m/s. Moderate to good visibility. The Sound: south 7 to 12 m/s. Moderate to good visibility.

Kattegat
Gale from southeast 12 to 17 m/s. Good visibility.

Skagerrak
Gale from southeast 12 to 17 m/s. Good visibility.

Fisher
Gale from east 11 to 16 m/s. And in southwestern part southeast 5 to 10 m/s. Good visibility. This night gale from southeast 9 to 14 m/s. Good visibility. Tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon in western part south 6 to 11 m/s. And in eastern part gale from south 11 to 16 m/s. Poor to moderate visibility. Significant wave height: 3,5 m. Swells: 2,5 m.

German Bight
Gale from southwest 10 to 15 m/s. Moderate visibility. Significant wave height: 2 m. Swells: 1,5 m.