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|Low Water||High Water|
|02:35 (0.4m)||08:34 (1.5m)|
|14:53 (0.6m)||20:52 (1.7m)|
|Time to low||4:14|
|Tide height over CD|
|Mean Spring Curve||Mean Neap Curve||Intervening Period|
Small tidal stream inaccuracies can develop when advancing beyond HW Dover +6. Because of this we only enable today's tidal stream chartlets to advance 24 hours. Future tidal planning is best accomplished by using Murlough Bay's future tides predictor below.
The above image represents the current tidal streams offshore of this haven. Streams attaining three knots and above are highlighted by red arrows . All times are in local time with red text indicating springs, blue indicating neaps and gray between tidal events. Click [+] to advance the estimate by an hour and click [-] to step back. Future tidal planning is best accomplished by using Murlough Bay's future tides predictor below.
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Arrows represent the direction of tidal streams with lighter or shorter arrows indicating weaker streams. Stronger streams are indicated by heavier or longer arrows, and as mentioned above, red arrows flagging rates of 3 knots and above. Numerals represent [mean neap, mean spring] rates in tenths of a knot. For example the numbers 12,23 would indicate a mean neap of 1.2 knots and a mean spring of 2.3 knots.
More local tidal detailsToday's Cushendun tides — High waters: 08:34, 20:52, Low waters: 02:35, 14:53
Today's Dover tides — High waters: 08:51, 21:33, Low waters: 03:26, 16:09
We are now approaching the next tidal event that will be Springs.
High Water Belfast – 0030
MHWS 1.6m MHWN 1.5m MLWN 0.3m MLWS 0.2m
The tide sweeps round all the headlands from Garron Point northward at a Spring rate of 5 knots close to the shore, causing great overfalls off Torr Head. Between Torr Head and Fair Head, a contrary eddy runs northwest along the coast during the second half of the south going stream.
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Headline: Mostly dry this morning. Rain spreading eastwards this afternoon.
Today: Most places dry this morning with early brightness. Thickening cloud bringing a little rain to western areas by afternoon. The rain becoming more persistent and extending to many areas later this afternoon with heavier outbreaks this evening. Strengthening southerly winds. Maximum Temperature 14C.
Tonight: Cloudy with persistent rain, heavy at first, turning lighter overnight and dying out in many areas by morning. A much milder night with winds becoming lighter. Minimum Temperature 12C.
Sunday: Mainly dry with just the odd drizzly shower remaining. Also rather cloudy with just a few brighter interludes. A mild day with light winds. Maximum Temperature 16C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: An unsettled few days. It will be mainly cloudy and mild with some outbreaks of rain. The rain will become more persistent and heavier on Wednesday. Quite windy at times.
Click [+] to advance by twelve hours and click [-] to step back. The forecasted time is presented in the top left hand corner of the pressure chart. Click the image to display it in a full window.
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Belfast Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC). Operational Area: Northern Ireland/ Irish Republic Border, Lough Foyle to Northern/Irish Republic Border Carlingford Lough. Belfast Coastguard (MRSC) VHF Ch 16, liaises closely with IRCG. Emergencies are worked on 16, 67 and working channel. Alternatively, or if ashore, phone 999 and 112 and ask for ‘Marine Rescue’. Police, Fire and Rescue are also available on this number. Belfast (MRSC) may be contacted directly on +44 2891 463 933. An auxiliary coastguard station and an inshore lifeboat are stationed at Cushendall.
British Admiralty 1411 ‘Irish Sea - Western Part’ 2199 ‘North Channel – Northern Part’ scale of 75,000:1 and 2198 ‘North Channel - Southern Part’ scale of 75,000:1 are good planning charts for the area. Admiralty Leisure Folio SC5612 ‘Northern Ireland, Carlingford Lough to Lough Foyle’ sheet 14 and plan. Also Imray chart C62 – ‘Irish Sea’ Chart C64 ‘Belfast Lough to Crinan and Islay’ plus Northern Ireland Ordinance Survey No. 9 at a scale of 1:50,000 for inland details.
Please note eOceanic makes no guarantee of the validity of this information. Whilst every effort has been made to use valid source data and ensure calculations are correct, no warranty is made. All tidal predictions are approximations and differences used to calculate times and heights at secondary ports are based on stated averages that reduce precision. This information is provided as a guide only and is not to be used for navigation. For navigation please refer to published tidal tables. Actual height and time of tides are affected by barometric pressure and other weather effects. Any data provided on this page is entirely used at your own risk and you must read our legal page if you view data on this site.