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Planned maintenance 19 – 20 Feb 2018

The NorthSeaWeather webserver will have a full hardware upgrade while being re-located to our server administrators new Data Centre.

Synchronization of data between the servers will commence around 2000UTC on Monday 19th.
Once the old and new servers are synchronized there will be a period of downtime as network re-configuration is carried out. There may be delays in the forecast updates after syncronization commences and the completion of the network switchover. It is advisable that users retain a printed version of the 1800UTC forecast isue as backup during this time.

If network administrators encounter any problems during the switchover we will keep you informed via our facebook or wordpress blog and Twitter account. We will inform you once the transfer has been completed and operations return to normal.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience.
Best regards
Dave Paterson


Server Upgrade Status – 7 April 0815

The Webserver hardware update is now completed. There remain issues with server configuration which are currently being addressed by technical support. I will update with further information as it becomes available.


Dave Paterson

Notice of Service Disruption 7 April 2017

On Friday 7th April 2017 the NorthSeaWeather Website Server will have a hardware upgrade. This work will require some downtime as follows.
On Thursday 6th April 2017 we will begin data syncronisation shortly after 2100UTC and the hardware will be swapped at some point early the following morning, between 0500UTC and 0800UTC.
The actual hardware replacement normally takes around 2 hours, during this time the website will be unavailable.
Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience caused.

Updates on progress during the outage will be posted on our facebook and wordpress pages.

Best regards
Dave Paterson


21 July 2016 Connectivity issues

Both BT and Plusnet are experiencing connectivity issues meaning some NorthSeaWeather clients are unable to access their services with us. The issues though are directly with BT and Plusnet and all NorthSeaWeather services are operating as usual at this time, however updates may be delayed due to this issue. If you are with either provider and experiencing issues please check their service status pages here:


Power Outage 13-14 May 2015

Over the last 24 hours we have experienced several power cuts. The power cut on Wednesday happened between forecast updates. A further outage between 5AM and 7AM this morning delayed the morning update. We may experience further outages today as engineering work continues at the local substation.
We apologise in advance to any delays this cause in updates today.

St Jude Storm SW England 27 Oct 2013

Wind and wave Heights off Start Point

Wind and wave Heights off Start Point

Wind and Wave Graph for off Start point SW England.

NorthSeaWeather Website Outage

Despite our websites data centre remaining on-line during the passage of ex-hurricane sandy across the area, as of 1520 today we have lost contact with the server and the data centre in Stamford CT. I will update the situation status as any information becomes available. Please accept my apologies for the inconvenience.

Possible outages due severe weather conditions.

Possible Service Outages. Please be aware that due to the severe weather conditians along the eastern seaboard of the USA there may be delays to model data that originates from the NWS servers in Maryland, and to the NorthSeaWeather wind and wave forecast website server, which is physically location in Connecticut.

Campos Basin Offshore Brazil

New Forecast areas offshore Brazil are now available to all subscribers. Access via the Forecast Matrix. The forecasts cover the Campos Basin, and will extend southwards across the Santos Basin soon. To subscribe to forecasts please visit http://www.northseaweather.co.uk

SSL Certification update 8 May 2010

We will be changing our SSL Security Certificate today. Please note that the current GeoTrust Logo will be replaced by a GoDaddy Logo.

This should not cause any problems to users logging into or opening accounts.