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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 20 Apr to 1800 UTC Thu 23 Apr Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 182300 UTC

  1. Niton

    High pressure will influence the weather across the UK and surrounding waters for much of the period with the centre of the high, 1035, just east of Scotland on Monday evening. The centre of the high then drifts westwards during Tuesday to lie over the Hebrides, 1037, and then it begins to decline during Thursday. Pressure will remain relatively low across Scandinavia for much of the period and a shallow area of low pressure will develop over Fitzroy during Tuesday and Wednesday. Occasional strong east to northeast winds will affect the southern North Sea and English Channel on Monday evening with winds strengthening to become strong easterly in these areas during Tuesday and Wednesday and extend to all areas except Irish Sea and the south of Fitzroy. Winds are expected to ease from the south across all areas later on Wednesday and early on Thursday

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  2. Cullercoats

    High pressure will influence the weather across the UK and surrounding waters for much of the period with the centre of the high, 1035, just east of Scotland on Monday evening. The centre of the high then drifts westwards during Tuesday to lie over the Hebrides, 1037, and then it begins to decline during Thursday. Pressure will remain relatively low across Scandinavia for much of the period and a shallow area of low pressure will develop over Fitzroy during Tuesday and Wednesday. Occasional strong east to northeast winds will affect Thames, Dover and Wight on Sunday evening with winds strengthening to become generally strong in these areas during Tuesday and Wednesday before easing later on Thursday. Strong north to northwest winds are expected to develop in eastern parts of the North Sea for a time during Tuesday and Wednesday before easing early on Thursday

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  3. Portpatrick

    High pressure will influence the weather across the UK and surrounding waters for much of the period with the centre of the high, 1035, just east of Scotland on Monday evening. The centre of the high then drifts westwards during Tuesday to lie over the Hebrides, 1037, and then it begins to decline during Thursday. Pressure will remain relatively low across Scandinavia for much of the period and a shallow area of low pressure will develop over Fitzroy during Tuesday and Wednesday. Strong southwest winds are expected to affect South-East Iceland on Monday evening and during Tuesday before easing early on Wednesday. Strong easterly winds are expected to develop over Lundy, Fastnet, and Shannon during Tuesday and Wednesday and extend north into the south of Rockall during Wednesday before easing from the south early on Thursday

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Last Updated at 23:36 UTC on Saturday 18 April