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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 21 Dec to 1800 UTC Wed 24 Dec Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 192300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Shallow low 1007 will form on waving cold front west Shannon midday Monday and run northeastwards into Viking by midday Tuesday with little change. Large anticyclone 1035 will be centred Biscay Sunday evening and remain slow-moving through Monday and Tuesday. During Wednesday the anticyclone will edge further eastwards to become centred over Iberia declining slightly 1030. Strong southwesterly winds will prevail at first in Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea and Shannon, extending into Thames, Dover and Wight by midday Monday. Winds ease in Lundy. Fastnet, Irish Sea and Shannon by midday Tuesday but remain strong in Thames, Dover and Wight until the end of the day. Winds elsewhere remain generally light with light winds in all parts during Wednesday

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  2. Cullercoats

    Low 987 centred Viking Sunday evening will move eastwards into Baltic by midday Monday deepening to 976. Shallow low 977 will form in Fair Isle midday Monday but fill during the day. Low 973 south of Iceland Sunday evening will remain slow-moving through Monday and Tuesday but move southeastwards into Bailey by midday Wednesday filing 1002 and then Fair Isle by the end of the day. Shallow low 1007 will form on waving cold front west Shannon midday Monday and run northeastwards into Viking by midday Tuesday with little change. Shallow low 998 will form 61 north 7 east by midday Wednesday and remain slow-moving. Strong west to southwesterly winds will prevail across much of the region during the period, reaching gale-force at first in Dogger, German Bight, Humber and Thames. By midday Monday winds will reach gale- force westerly in Viking and Fair Isle for a time. Winds remain strong through Tuesday, veering northwesterly and then decreasing during Wedensday. Visibility will be generally good but occasionally moderate at times in rain or showers

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  3. Portpatrick

    Shallow low 977 will form in Fair Isle midday Monday but fill during the day. Low 973 south of Iceland Sunday evening will remain slow-moving through Monday and Tuesday but move southeastwards into Bailey by midday Wednesday filing 1002 and then Fair Isle by the end of the day with little change. Shallow low 1007 will form on waving cold front west Shannon midday Monday and run northeastwards into Viking by midday Tuesday with little change. Shallow low 998 will form 61 north 7 east by midday Wednesday and remain slow-moving. New low 1012 will form by the end of Wednesday to the south of Iceland. Strong west to southwesterly winds will continue across much of the region during the periods reaching gale-force during Monday in Rockall, Malin, Hebrides, Bailey, Fair Isle, Faeroes and Southeast Iceland. Gales ease by the end of Monday but stay strong westerly south of Bailey and Hebrides during Tuesday and Wednesday

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Last Updated at 22:35 UTC on Friday 19 December