here, which shows what's coming our way. All the weather sites are forecasting gales through to strong gales over the next 48 hours, with the wind going round from the southeaster that's blowing at the moment to a westerly. The strong westerly gale that's forecast for tomorrow morning coincides with a spring tide of 4.8m at Tobermory. In the past, that's caused tidal surges which have cut the road east along the peninsula.
here, showing the forecast wave heights for tomorrow midday - black being extreme. No doubt surfers will be flocking to Ardnamurchan Point lighthouse to enjoy them.
Despite these dire warnings, the Raasay set off from Tobermory on its usual morning sailing but, from what I can tell from the AIS, it looks as if it turned back after reaching Rubha nan Gall light