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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sat 21 Jan to 1800 UTC Tue 24 Jan Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 192300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Saturday evening a large area of high pressure centred over eastern Europe covers the UK and Niton area whilst low pressure, 995, lies to the northwest of Iceland with another low centre, 1003, in the Mediterranean with this slow moving. Sunday evening a high pressure centre will become established over southern England and low pressure near Iceland will move away northeast. Monday morning a large Atlantic low will move west of Iceland. Through Monday the low pressure will become complex and enlongated with a number of low centres in the Atlantic and to the north and west of Iceland bringing a cyclonic influence to the far northwest of Niton. The high pressure centre over southern England will move slowly east into the North Sea during Tuesday. Strong winds will arrive in Sole and Shannon on Monday afternoon spreading to Fitzroy and Fastnet overnight. Near gale to gale force winds are likely in western Fitzroy, Sole and Shannon during Tuesday

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Saturday evening a large area of high pressure centred over eastern Europe covers the UK whilst low pressure, 995, lies to the northwest of Iceland and another low centre, 1003, lies in the Mediterranean with this remaining slow moving. Through Sunday evening a high pressure centre will become established over southern England and low pressure near Iceland will move northeast over Scandinavia. On Monday morning a large Atlantic low will move west of Iceland. Through the latter part of Monday the low pressure will become complex and enlongated with a number of low centres in the Atlantic and to the north and west of Iceland bringing a cyclonic influence to the far northwest. The high pressure centre over southern England will move slowly east into the North Sea during Tuesday

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  3. Portpatrick

    Saturday evening a large area of high pressure centred over eastern Europe covers the UK whilst low pressure, 995, lies northwest of Iceland. Through Sunday evening a high pressure centre will become established over southern England and low pressure near Iceland will move northeast over Scandinavia. On Monday morning a large Atlantic low will move west of Iceland. Through the latter part of Monday the low pressure will become complex and enlongated with a number of low centres in the Atlantic and to the north and west of Iceland bringing a cyclonic influence to the far northwest. The high pressure centre over southern England will move slowly east into the North Sea during Tuesday. Occasional strong winds north of 56 North becoming confined to Southeast Iceland overnight and easing Sunday morning. Strong to near gale force winds spread west across areas north and west of Ireland Monday morning with gale possible Shannon and Rockall during Tuesday

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Last Updated at 22:37 UTC on Thursday 19 January