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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Wed 29 Jun to 1800 UTC Sat 02 Jul Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 272300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Initially low centred 60N 14W, 995. By midday Thursday low becomes bi-centred; one centre expected 60N 12W, 995 and the other 61N 02E, 993. Low then becomes single centred again by Friday, while drifting northwards, expected north of Scotland by midday Friday, 992. Saturday low becomes centred Norwegian Sea, 991, while a ridge extends east from the Azores anticyclone across Biscay. Strong southwest winds Wednesday evening across the English Channel, perhaps isolated near gales. Later Wednesday night winds abate from the west. Thursday afternoon and evening strong west or southwest winds gradually develop north of 50N, but with only isolated strong winds across the Irish Sea. Then little change, although Thursday night and through Friday morning winds occasionally strengthen near gale force across parts of Shannon. Friday night all strong winds abate. Saturday occasional strong winds may develop across the Niton region, most likely across Fitzroy and Sole

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  2. Cullercoats

    Low centred 60N 14W, 995, at first Wednesday evening, with associated frontal systems moving east across the UK and the Cullercoats region. By midday Thursday the low becomes bi-centred; one centre expected 60N 12W, 995 and the other 61N 02E, 993. Low then becomes single centred again by Friday, while drifting northwards; centre expected north of Scotland by midday Friday, 992, Norwegian Sea, 991, by midday Saturday. Strong southwest winds Wednesday evening across the English Channel and southern North Sea, with isolated near gales, quickly abating from the west after midnight. Meanwhile strong cyclonic winds develop across the northeast of the region late Wednesday night and Thursday morning, with isolated near gales possible across North and South Utsire. Winds abate Thursday afternoon. Thursday night and through Friday strong southwest winds develop across the middle of the Cullercoats region, easing during Saturday

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  3. Portpatrick

    Initially low centred 60N 14W, 995, with associated frontal systems moving east across the region and UK. By midday Thursday low becomes bi-centred; one centre expected 60N 12W, 995 and the other 61N 02E, 993. Low then becomes single centred again by Friday; centre expected north of Scotland by midday Friday, 992, and Norwegian Sea, 991, by midday Saturday while a slack cyclonic flow develops across the north of the Portpatrick region. A slack flow may also develop across the far south of the region, depending on frontal wave developments. Thursday afternoon and evening strong west or southwest winds gradually develop across the south of the region, but with only isolated strong winds across the Irish Sea. Then little change, although Thursday night and through Friday morning winds occasionally strengthen near gale force across parts of Shannon and Rockall. Friday night winds start to abate, leaving only isolated strong westerly winds for Saturday across the middle of the Portpatrick region

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Last Updated at 23:40 UTC on Monday 27 June