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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Fri 25 Apr to 1800 UTC Mon 28 Apr Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 232300 UTC

  1. Niton

    A deep area of low pressure, 994, centred over Sole on Friday evening will deepen further centred over Lundy, 986, during Saturday. After which it will drift eastwards along the English Channel and fill over Portland, 995, by midday Sunday. High pressure, 1027, centred over the Norwegian Sea on Friday evening will remain slow moving until Sunday afternoon after which it will decline quickly eastwards as high pressure builds over the Denmark Strait. On Friday evening strong westerly winds will affect Fitzroy with strong cyclonic winds in Sole. Overnight the westerly winds will strengthen to gale force over northern Fitzroy with strong cyclonic winds extending into Portland, Plymouth, Lundy and Fastnet. During Saturday strong north westerly winds will develop in Shannon with strong westerly winds affecting Biscay. Strong winds will persist across much of Niton on Sunday before easing later and becoming largely confined to Biscay. Hazardous winds are not expected to affect Niton on Monday.

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  2. Cullercoats

    A deep area of low pressure, 994, centred over Sole on Friday evening will deepen further centred over Lundy, 986, during Saturday. After which it will drift eastwards along the English Channel and fill over Portland, 995, by midday Sunday. High pressure, 1027, centred over the Norwegian Sea on Friday evening will remain slow moving until Sunday afternoon after which it will decline quickly eastwards as high pressure builds over the Denmark Strait. Initially no hazardous winds are forecast however on Saturday morning strong easterly winds will develop over Fair Isle and parts of Forties. These will ease by the early hours of Sunday. No further hazardous winds will affect Cullercoats until Monday evening when strong north easterly winds will move into the extreme west of Fair Isle. During Sunday winds will be light enough for areas of dense sea fog to affect Dogger, German Bight and Humber.

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  3. Portpatrick

    A deep low pressure, 994, centred over Sole on Friday evening will deepen further centred over Lundy, 986, during Saturday. After which it will drift eastwards along the English Channel and fill over Portland, 995, by midday Sunday. High pressure, 1027, centred over the Norwegian Sea on Friday evening will remain slow moving until Sunday afternoon after which it will decline quickly eastwards as high pressure builds over the Denmark Strait. Initially no hazardous winds are forecast however on Saturday morning strong north-easterly winds will develop over Rockall, Malin, Hebrides and Bailey with strong easterly winds over Fair Isle and Faeroes and strong north-westerly winds over Shannon. During Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday these strong winds will moderate across all sea areas apart from Bailey where the strong north-easterly winds become widespread and in South East Iceland where they will develop. Later on Sunday into Monday strong north-easterly winds will also develop over Rockall, Hebrides, Fair Isle and Faeroes.

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Last Updated at 23:35 UTC on Wednesday 23 April