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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 22 Jan to 1800 UTC Wed 25 Jan Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 202300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Sunday evening the remnants of a shallow low, 1023, is expected near southern Ireland, soon filling. At the same time high pressure over southeast Europe, with a ridge extending northwest across the UK. Through the period pressure remains high toward the southeast of the UK and across the North Sea, with a new high cell developing over Germany, 1032. However, later in the period a deepening low in the North Atlantic is expected to push frontal troughs east into the west of Portpatrick and Nixon by Wednesday evening. Strong winds are expected to gradually spread into northwest Niton through Monday. During Tuesday, the strong winds extending further east into Fitzroy, Sole, Lundy and Irish Sea, with gales developing locally in Sole and Shannon. Wednesday strong winds extending further east into the west of Biscay and the west English Channel, with gales developing further west

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Sunday evening the remnants of a shallow low, 1023, is expected near southern Ireland, soon filling. At the same time high pressure over southeast Europe, with a ridge extending northwest across the UK. Through the period pressure remains high toward the southeast of the UK and across the North Sea, with a new high cell developing over Germany, 1032. However, later in the period a deepening low in the North Atlantic is expected to push frontal troughs east into the west of Portpatrick and Nixon by Wednesday evening. Occasionally strong winds over the North Sea at first. Further strong winds are expected to gradually spread into Cromarty and Fair Isle through Monday. During Tuesday strong winds developing more widely across the northern North Sea, with a risk of gales developing across the north of Cullercoats through the course of Wednesday

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Sunday evening the remnants of a shallow low, 1023, is expected near southern Ireland, soon filling. At the same time high pressure over southeast Europe, with a ridge extending northwest across the UK. Through the period pressure remains high toward the southeast of the UK and across the North Sea, with a new high cell developing over Germany, 1032. However, later in the period a deepening low in the North Atlantic is expected to push frontal troughs east into the west of Portpatrick and Nixon by Wednesday evening. Strong winds are expected to gradually spread into the west and north of Portpatrick through Monday, with local gales developing in the far west by evening. Similar conditions for Tuesday, but strong winds developing widely across Portpatrick by Wednesday, and increasing to gale or near gale force in many areas through the day

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Last Updated at 22:43 UTC on Friday 20 January