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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Fri 27 May to 1800 UTC Mon 30 May Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 252300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Friday evening and Saturday morning the Siberian high pressure will extend a ridge across the North Sea and UK, with low pressure 1006 centred in Fitzroy, and another located in central Europe. Later on Saturday pressure will steadily fall across Europe as the ridge to the north declines. On Sunday, a deepening low pressure area 1000 will become established over northern Germany, with a ridge axis then building northwards from Fitzroy to Iceland. A similar pressure pattern is forecast to persist through Monday. On Friday evening and Saturday winds will be occasionally strong in Fitzroy and Sole, and perhaps in Thames later on Saturday. Winds will be mainly moderate through Sunday in Atlantic sea areas, but occasionally strong northerly in Thames. Strong northwesterly winds are expected in Thames and Dover on Monday with gales possible in Thames later

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Friday evening and Saturday morning the Siberian high pressure will extend a ridge across the North Sea and UK, with low pressure 1006 centred in Fitzroy, and another located in central Europe. Later on Saturday pressure will steadily fall across Europe as the ridge to the north declines. On Sunday, a deepening low pressure area 1000 will become established over northern Germany, with a ridge axis then building northwards from Fitzroy to Iceland. A similar pressure pattern is forecast to persist through Monday. Winds will be broadly easterly through Friday and much of Saturday, but mainly light or moderate. Later on Saturday winds may increase to occasionally strong in German Bight, Humber and Thames. Through Sunday winds will be strong at times in the southern North Sea, including Forties and Fisher. On Monday strong northerly winds will extend to all North Sea areas, perhaps with northwesterly gales in Humber and Thames later

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Friday evening and Saturday morning the Siberian high pressure will extend a ridge across the North Sea and UK, with low pressure 1006 centred in Fitzroy, and another located in central Europe. Later on Saturday pressure will steadily fall across Europe as the ridge to the north declines. On Sunday, a deepening low pressure area 1000 will become established over northern Germany, with a ridge axis then building northwards from Fitzroy to Iceland. A similar pressure pattern is forecast to persist through Monday. On Friday evening and at first on Saturday strong southerly winds are expected in Southeast Iceland, but then moderating later Saturday. Winds will be mainly light or moderate through Sunday and for much of Monday, but strong northerly winds will develop in Fair Isle through Monday

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Last Updated at 23:41 UTC on Wednesday 25 May