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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Fri 25 Aug to 1800 UTC Mon 28 Aug Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 232300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Through Friday evening an area of high pressure will extend from east of Iceland, southwards down the North Sea, and into the Low Countries with a ridge across the UK. Low pressure centres will lie in Fitzroy and Rockall. Through Saturday pressure will fall across the north of the UK, with the ridge persisting in the south. Pressure will fall in the south of the UK on Sunday and Monday as a deepening area of low pressure 984 becomes established to the south of Iceland by Monday. Winds will be predominantly light or moderate, occasionally fresh through Friday evening, Saturday and much of Sunday, although strong southwesterly winds will reach Shannon later Sunday. On Monday southwesterly winds will become strong in all sea areas, except perhaps Biscay and Fitzroy, with possible gales in Shannon

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  2. Cullercoats

    Through Friday evening an area of high pressure will extend from east of Iceland, southwards down the North Sea, and into the Low Countries with a ridge across the UK. Low pressure centres will lie in Fitzroy and Rockall. Through Saturday pressure will fall across the north of the UK, with the ridge persisting in the south. Pressure will fall in the south of the UK on Sunday and Monday as a deepening area of low pressure 984 becomes established to the south of Iceland by Monday. Winds will be predominantly light or moderate, occasionally fresh through Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday. Northwesterly winds may be occasionally strong in South Utsire and Fisher Friday evening and Saturday. On Monday southwesterly winds will become strong later in all sea areas, perhaps with gales in Fair Isle

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  3. Portpatrick

    Through Friday evening an area of high pressure will extend from east of Iceland, southwards down the North Sea, and into the Low Countries with a ridge across the UK. Low pressure centres will lie in Fitzroy and Rockall. Through Saturday pressure will fall across the north of the UK, with the ridge persisting in the south. Pressure will fall in the south of the UK on Sunday and Monday as a deepening area of low pressure 984 becomes established to the south of Iceland by Monday. Winds will be predominantly moderate or fresh through Friday evening, Saturday and much of Sunday, although strong southwesterly winds are possible in Rockall and Malin later Saturday, and at first on Sunday. Winds will become strong southwesterly in Shannon, Rockall and Malin later Sunday. On Monday strong southwest winds will extend to all sea areas, with possible gales in Atlantic sea areas later

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Last Updated at 23:43 UTC on Wednesday 23 August