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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Fri 28 Nov to 1800 UTC Mon 01 Dec Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 262300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Through Friday evening and Saturday the Siberian high will extend its influence across the North Sea and UK, and link with the Azores high. Low pressure will be established in South Fitzroy at first, then migrate eastwards into the Mediterranean Sea. Low pressure areas will be centred near Iceland. A similar pressure pattern will persist through Sunday, although the ridge axis will slip southwards as an active trough of low pressure approaches Hebrides. This trough will move southwards to Scotland on Monday, before weakening as a large area of high pressure builds from the west. East or northeast winds will be strong at times in all sea areas, but moderating in Sole, Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea and Shannon later Saturday and Sunday. Northeast gales are possible at times in Biscay and South Fitzroy. Strong westerly winds will return to Shannon later on Sunday and Monday

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  2. Cullercoats

    Through Friday evening and Saturday the Siberian high will extend its influence across the North Sea and UK, and link with the Azores high. Low pressure will be established in South Fitzroy at first, then migrate eastwards into the Mediterranean Sea. Low pressure areas will be centred near Iceland. A similar pressure pattern will persist through Sunday, although the ridge axis will slip southwards as an active trough of low pressure approaches Hebrides. This trough will move southwards to Scotland on Monday, before weakening as a large area of high pressure builds from the west. Through the period south or southeast winds will be strong at times in the North Sea with occasional gales in the north and east. Winds will moderate for a time in Forth, Tyne and Humber on Sunday. Easterly or northeasterly winds will be occasionally strong in Thames, Dover and Wight

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  3. Portpatrick

    Through Friday evening and Saturday the Siberian high will extend its influence across the North Sea and UK, and link with the Azores high. Low pressure will be established in South Fitzroy at first, then migrate eastwards into the Mediterranean Sea. Low pressure areas will be centred near Iceland. A similar pressure pattern will persist through Sunday, although the ridge axis will slip southwards as an active trough of low pressure approaches Hebrides. This trough will move southwards to Scotland on Monday, before weakening as a large area of high pressure builds from the west. Southeasterly winds will be strong at times in all sea areas through the period, but moderating in Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea and Shannon later Saturday and Sunday, although strong westerly winds will return to Shannon later on Sunday and Monday. Occasional gales are expected in Rockall, Hebrides, Bailey, Fair Isle, Faeroes and Southeast Iceland

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Last Updated at 22:36 UTC on Wednesday 26 November