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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 26 Oct to 1800 UTC Wed 29 Oct Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 242300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Sunday evening an area of low pressure, 987, will be centred just south of Iceland, this low will remain slow moving until Tuesday when it will begin to fill and move northeastwards away from the area. Pressure will remain high from continental Europe extending westwards across much of the area with an Atlantic high, 1017, developing on Tuesday. This will cross the UK later on Tuesday into Wednesday and slowly decline as it does so. It will be replaced in the central Atlantic by a deep area of low pressure, 981 west of Rockall, by the end of the forecast period. On Sunday evening strong southwesterly winds will affect much of Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea and Shannon with parts of Sole also affected later in the night. During Monday these strong winds will become confined to Shannon and Irish Sea. Before easing during the early hours of Tuesday. Towards Wednesday evening strong southerly winds will return to Sole and Shannon.

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Sunday evening an area of low pressure, 987, will be centred just south of Iceland, this low will remain slow moving until Tuesday when it will begin to fill and move northeastwards away from the area. Pressure will remain high from continental Europe extending westwards across much of the area with an Atlantic high, 1017, developing on Tuesday. This will cross the UK later on Tuesday into Wednesday and slowly decline as it does so. It will be replaced in the central Atlantic by a deep area of low pressure, 981 west of Rockall, by the end of the forecast period. On Sunday evening strong southwesterly winds will affect much of Cullercoats north of sea area Thames. These will continue well into Tuesday when they will begin to ease in Humber, Tyne, Forth and Dogger and eventually German Bight. On Wednesday the strong winds will ease across the whole of Cullercoats

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  3. Portpatrick

    Portpatrick On Sunday evening an area of low pressure, 987, will be centred just south of Iceland, this low will remain slow moving until Tuesday when it will begin to fill and move northeastwards away from the area. During Tuesday an Atlantic high, 1017, will develop crossing the UK later on Tuesday into Wednesday and slowly declining as it does so. It will be replaced in the central Atlantic by a deep area of low pressure, 981 west of Rockall, by the end of the forecast period. On Sunday evening strong southwesterly winds will affect much of Portpatrick except South East Iceland. These will continue until late Monday when they will begin to ease slowly from the south. On Tuesday the strong winds will become largely confined to sea areas north of 57 north continuing to ease northwards during Tuesday evening. However during Wednesday strong southerly winds will return to Shannon, Rockall and Bailey eventually extending eastwards into Malin and Hebrides

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Last Updated at 22:37 UTC on Friday 24 October