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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Wed 17 Sep to 1800 UTC Sat 20 Sep Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 152300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Wednesday evening a deep area of low pressure, 995, is centred over Fitzroy. This low will remain slow moving and slowly fill to 1010 by Saturday. A large anticyclone will extend across the northern half of the UK throughout the period. On Wednesday evening occasionally strong easterly winds will affect Northeast Fitzroy and Sole plus southern parts of Lundy, Fastnet and Shannon. These occasionally strong winds will slowly moderate on Thursday morning in Sole, Lundy, Fastnet and Shannon but will persist in Fitzroy where strong southerly winds will develop for a time later on Thursday in the eastern half of the area. Overnight Thursday into Friday occasionally strong or strong cyclonic winds will affect much of Fitzroy. These strong cyclonic winds will slowly ease on Saturday as the low centre continues to fill and move westwards into the Atlantic. No further hazardous winds are forecast to affect Niton

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Wednesday evening a deep area of low pressure, 995, is centred over Fitzroy. This low will remain slow moving and slowly fill to 1010 by Saturday evening. A large anticyclone will extend westwards from western Russia across Cullercoats on Wednesday evening. This anticyclone is slow moving but its influence will decline as a large anticyclone builds across the area from the Atlantic during the early hours of Friday. On Wednesday evening occasionally strong easterly winds will affect sea areas South Utsire, Forties and Fisher. These will ease across South Utsire and Forties on Thursday but persist in Fisher until the early hours of Friday morning. No further hazardous winds are expected to affect Cullercoats until Saturday when occasionally strong northwesterly winds may affect parts of sea area Fisher

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Wednesday evening a deep area of low pressure, 995, is centred over Fitzroy. This low will remain slow moving and slowly fill to 1010 by Saturday evening. A large anticyclone will extend westwards from western Russia across Portpatrick on Wednesday evening. This anticyclone is slow moving but its influence will decline as a large anticyclone builds across the area from the Atlantic during the early hours of Friday. On Wednesday evening occasionally strong easterly winds will affect southern parts of Lundy, Fastnet and Shannon. These occasionally strong winds will slowly moderate on Thursday morning. No further hazardous winds are forecast to affect Portpatrick until Friday afternoon when strong westerly winds will develop over the western half of sea area South East Iceland. These winds will slowly moderate later on Friday

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Last Updated at 23:38 UTC on Monday 15 September