Weather & Tide
Strong Wind and Gale Warning
Warning Number: 03/050
Valid: 18th March 09:33 to 18th March 15:00
The southwest to westerly surface wind will mean 25 to 30 KT with gust 45 KT at first this morning before slowly moderating to become mean speed 18 KT with gust 28 KT this afternoon.
TodaySunday 18th Mar
15:59 local time and 04:11 (Monday) local time
09:21 local time and 21:39 local time
HERE IS THE FORECAST FOR INSHORE WATERS WITHIN 5 NAUTICAL MILES OF GIBRALTAR VALID UNTIL 0800 LOCAL TIME MONDAY. ISSUED BY THE MET OFFICE IN GIBRALTAR
WIND: Westerly Force 5 or 6 decreasing Force 4 or 5 during the afternoon and to Force 3 or 4 overnight.
WEATHER: Outbreaks of rain, heavy at times clearing during the afternoon then fair.
VISIBILITY: Moderate or poor in rain and sea spray becoming good during the afternoon.
SEA STATE: Moderate or rough becoming moderate during the afternoon and slight or moderate over night.
SWELL: An average to long becoming average during the evening, very low mainly southwest to westerly.
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Weather & Tide
A wind speed to Beaufort Scale conversion chart can be found in the document at the bottom of this page or by viewing the UK MetOffice webpage.
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The Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory (POL) operates a tidal gauge monitoring system at the North Mole. This provides continuous measurement of sea level in electronic form which is displayed in the Port office as well as being transferred to a data centre at POL. The data is quality checked at POL and 08:54then made available publicly via their website.
Observed weather for Gibraltar today
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