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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sat 01 Oct to 1800 UTC Tue 04 Oct Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 292300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Saturday evening, slack low centred 1004 over Humber is moving slowly eastwards. Meanwhile a weak ridge of high pressure extending from the Azores lies across Niton, and slack pressure lies across Cullercoats. A deep low is centred 968 about 650 nautical miles west of Shannon at this time. By midday Sunday, the weak low over Humber moves over Denmark 1006, the ridge of high pressure will have extended north-south across the UK, and the low in the Atlantic deepens 958 and moves slowly northeast. On Monday, the high pressure will have moved east again, covering Cullercoats down to France, whilst the Atlantic Low 962 starts to retreat back westwards away from the UK. The pattern remains similar into Tuesday, with high pressure to the east of the UK and broad low pressure to the west, mostly away from the Niton region. Gales likely across Shannon and western Sole during Sunday, otherwise, mainly light winds through the period

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  2. Cullercoats

    Saturday evening, slack low centred 1004 over Humber is moving slowly eastwards. Meanwhile a weak ridge of high pressure extending from the Azores lies across much of Niton, and generally slack pressure lies across Cullercoats and the Norwegian Sea. A deep low also lies 968 about 650 nautical miles west of Shannon at this time. By midday Sunday, the weak low over Humber moves over Denmark 1006, the ridge of high pressure will have extended north-south across the UK, and the low in the Atlantic deepens 958 and moves slowly northeast. On Monday, the high pressure will have moved east again, covering Cullercoats down to France, whilst the Atlantic Low 962 starts to retreat back westwards away from the UK. The pattern remains similar into Tuesday, with high pressure to the east of the UK and broad low pressure to the west. No strong winds are currently expected across Cullercoats during this period

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  3. Portpatrick

    Saturday evening, slack low centred 1004 over Humber is moving slowly eastwards. Meanwhile a weak ridge of high pressure lies across Niton, and generally slack pressure lies across Cullercoats and the Norwegian Sea. A deep low also lies 968 about 650 nautical miles west of Shannon at this time. By midday Sunday, the weaker low moves over Denmark, the ridge of high pressure lies north-south across the UK, and the low in the Atlantic deepens 958 and is slow-moving. On Monday, the high pressure will have moved east, whilst the deep Atlantic Low 962 retreats back westwards away from Portpatrick. The pattern remains similar into Tuesday, with high pressure to the east of the UK and broad low pressure to the west. Gales on Sunday across Shannon, Rockall and Bailey, and South East Iceland for a time overnight. Strong winds elsewhere during Sunday. Gales easing early Monday onwards, but with occasional strong winds remaining across western Portpatrick

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Last Updated at 23:41 UTC on Thursday 29 September