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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 30 Mar to 1800 UTC Thu 02 Apr Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 282300 UTC

  1. Niton

    It will be an unsettled period. On Monday evening and Tuesday morning a travelling low pressure centre will move from the UK to northern Germany. A low centre will persist to the west of Norway through Tuesday. On Wednesday pressure will build in the west with the low centre near Norway moving into the Baltic Sea. A ridge of high pressure will become located over the UK by Thursday morning, but with pressure falling once more from the west by the end of the day. On Monday evening and Tuesday westerly winds will be strong to gale in all sea areas, although tending to moderate in Biscay and Fitzroy later. Strong winds are expected, with occasional gales for a time in Thames, Fastnet, Irish Sea and Shannon on Wednesday, and occasionally strong in the English Channel, Sole and Lundy. On Thursday southwesterly winds will become strong later in Atlantic sea areas and the English Channel with possible gales in Shannon

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  2. Cullercoats

    It will be an unsettled period. On Monday evening and Tuesday morning a travelling low pressure centre will move from the UK to northern Germany. A low centre will persist to the west of Norway through Tuesday. On Wednesday pressure will build in the west with the low centre near Norway moving into the Baltic Sea. A ridge of high pressure will build from the west and become located over the UK by Thursday morning, but with pressure falling once more from the west by the end of the day. On Monday evening and Tuesday winds will be westerly and strong to gale in all sea areas, becoming more generally gale later in the North Sea with possible severe gales for a time. On Wednesday winds will veer northwesterly and continue strong to gale in the North Sea, although decreasing to strong in Dover and Wight later. Winds will decrease to occasionally strong in the North Sea later on Thursday

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  3. Portpatrick

    It will be an unsettled period. On Monday evening and Tuesday morning a travelling low pressure centre will move from the UK to northern Germany. A low centre will persist to the west of Norway through Tuesday. On Wednesday pressure will build in the west with the low centre near Norway moving into the Baltic Sea. A ridge of high pressure will become located over the UK by Thursday morning, but with pressure falling once more from the west by the end of the day. On Monday evening and Tuesday winds will be strong to gale in all sea areas, with severe gales later in Rockall, Malin, Hebrides and Bailey. Winds will slowly moderate through Wednesday in most sea areas, although continuing strong with possible gales in Fair Isle, Faeroes and Southeast Iceland. Winds will increase strong to gale through Thursday in Atlantic sea areas

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Last Updated at 22:34 UTC on Saturday 28 March