High pressure west of Ireland will sustain northwesterly winds on Tuesday, weakening on Wednesday as the center of the high pressure area falls over France.
Thursday and Friday transition days with light winds. A new northeast wind cycle will return next weekend under the influence of a new high pressure cell re-positioning in the western part of Ireland on Saturday, April 10th.
From Bretton Point to Cherberg
Slight waves under the influence of northwesterly winds at the beginning of the week. We can still observe good meters in the most open places, but the wind is disturbing the lakes. On Wednesday afternoon the wind will fade and the waves will quickly lose their characteristics. The weekend paddle rides are more conducive considering the weak winds and few waves.
North-east winds are not very favorable but the spearhead conditions are ideal.
From Saturday the wind will turn to the northeast and strengthen in the band of 15 to 20 km. Return small waves with a sea of wind blowing from Roskoff to Lanion and in the most exposed areas of the Cap Frehl or Cap de Erqui area 1.5 to 2 m.
The situation does not persist beyond the weekend because high pressure is spreading in the area again.
From Cherberg to Calais
Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in Kallis and Dunkirk between 1.8 and 2 meters on Tuesday and 1.3 meters on Wednesday. On Thursdays and Fridays, transition days with very weak winds.
With the return of the north-eastern current on Saturday, the waves regained about a meter along the coast and gained some stability on Sunday. However, with the return of a new cycle of weak winds, this dynamic fades early next week.
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