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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Wed 02 Sep to 1800 UTC Sat 05 Sep Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 312300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Wednesday evening an area of high pressure, 1031, is expected to dominate the North Atlantic. This area of high pressure, centred west of Shannon and Rockall is expected to remain in position throughout, building its central pressure slowly, 1034, by Saturday evening. In the east, an area of low pressure, 999, will be centred North East fisher on Wednesday evening, this low pressure will gradually fill, 1007, and sink to the south east of Denmark by Friday afternoon. For much of Niton strong winds are not expected across the most of the area during the forecast period. However, the south east of Fitzroy will see strong winds lasting through the Friday afternoon before moving north west into the rest of Fitzroy overnight into Saturday. Strong winds also developing across Humber and Thames through Thursday night easing through Saturday afternoon

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Wednesday evening an area of high pressure, 1031, is expected to dominate the North Atlantic. This area of high pressure, centred west of Shannon and Rockall is expected to remain in position throughout, building its central pressure slowly, 1034, by Saturday evening. In the east, an area of low pressure, 999, will be centred North East fisher on Wednesday evening, this low pressure will gradually fill, 1007, and sink to the south east of Denmark by Friday afternoon. This area of low pressure is expected to bring a spell of strong to gale force winds across much of the North Sea through Wednesday and Thursday, before gales starting to ease through Thursday night with strong winds continuing into the weekend. Strong winds also developing across Humber and Thames through Thursday night easing through Saturday afternoon. No hazardous winds are expected south of Thames through the forecast period

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Wednesday evening an area of high pressure, 1031, will dominate the North Atlantic. This area of high pressure, centred west of Shannon and Rockall is expected to remain in position throughout, building its central pressure slowly, 1034, by Saturday evening. In the east, an area of low pressure, 999, will be centred North East fisher on Wednesday evening, this low pressure will gradually fill, 1007, and sink to the south east of Denmark by Friday afternoon. The area of low pressure in the North Sea will generate Strong to perhaps near gale force winds across Fair Isle through Wednesday night and Thursday morning, before near Gales slowly easing from the west through Thursday evening. At the same time strong winds will develop across Bailey and SE Iceland on Thursday afternoon, easing overnight into Friday. With high pressure largely dominating the Portpatrick area, strong winds are not expected to affect the rest of the area at anytime through the forecast period

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Last Updated at 23:39 UTC on Monday 31 August