Low 1009 hPa centered at 230 nautical miles in the West of Fastnet Rock (South-West Ireland) moving at 15 knots to the East.
For the coastal zone From Gijon to Cape Ortegal :
No gale warning.
The reliability of the situation is fairly good.
For the night from Tuesday to Wednesday SSE force 1 in the early part of the night turning SSW. Gusts reaching 9 knots at the end of the night to the W of the area.
To the E of the area, S wind force 1. To the W of the area,SE force 1 becoming SSE force 2 in the middle of the night then S force 1.
Slight sea becoming calm to slight at the end of the night. Low, short swell from NW. Visibility generally reduced by mist becoming generally reduced by mist in the middle of the night then reduced by fog. Daytime of Wednesday 4 august : The unstable weather will die away during the day.
Overcast skies clearing up during the morning, changeable skies becoming relatively cloud-free in the afternoon. Light showers becoming less frequent and stopping completely in early afternoon. In the evening, relatively clear skies becoming changeable.
Risk of showers in the early hours. WNW force 2 in the morning turning NNW in the middle of the day. Gusts reaching 13 knots in the middle of the day to the E of the area. To the E of the area,S force 1 turning NW force 2 in the middle of the day then NNW. To the W of the area,WNW force 2 in the morning temporarily force 3 in the middle of the day. Slight sea. Low, short swell from NW. Visibility reduced by fog becoming excellent in the middle of the day then good.