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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Wed 28 Jun to 1800 UTC Sat 01 Jul Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 262300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Initially weak low lies across sea area Humber, 990. Wednesday night into Thursday low drifts across northern England, filling slightly, while a strong north to northeast flow develops across the north and west of the British Isles, between the UK low and an Atlantic ridge of high pressure approaching from the northwest. Friday the strong northerly flow shifts east, to cover the North Sea, as the ridge of high pressure reaches the western British Isles. Saturday the ridge continues east across the UK and the North Sea, followed by a west or northwest flow across the Niton region. Wednesday night strong to near gale force winds, with occasional gales, across Biscay, Fitzroy, Sole and Shannon. Through Thursday and Thursday night these strong to near gale force winds, with occasional gales, gradually extend east across remaining areas, but not reaching Portland. Friday all strong winds slowly abate. Saturday occasional strong winds may return to the far north of the region

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  2. Cullercoats

    Initially weak low lies across sea area Humber, 990. Wednesday night into Thursday low drifts across northern England, filling slightly, while a strong north to northeast flow develops across the north and west of the British Isles, between the UK low and an Atlantic ridge of high pressure approaching from the northwest. Friday the strong flow shifts east, to cover the North Sea, as the ridge reaches the western British Isles. Saturday the ridge continues east across the UK and the North Sea, followed by a west or northwest flow, as a new low moves east towards the Faeroes. Strong to near gale force winds across parts of the northern North Sea Wednesday evening and through Thursday. Friday strong to near gale force winds become widespread across the northern and later central North Sea, with isolated gales possible. Saturday morning strong winds abate, but late afternoon strong to near gale force winds may return across the far north.Initially weak low lies across sea area Humber, 990. Wednesday night into Thursday low drifts across northern England, filling slightly, while a strong north to northeast flow develops across the north and west of the British Isles, between the UK low and an Atlantic ridge of high pressure approaching from the northwest. Friday the strong flow shifts east, to cover the North Sea, as the ridge reaches the western British Isles. Saturday the ridge continues east across the UK and the North Sea, followed by a west or northwest flow, as a new low moves east towards the Faeroes. Strong to near gale force winds across parts of the northern North Sea Wednesday evening and through Thursday. Friday strong to near gale force winds become widespread across the northern and later central North Sea, with isolated gales possible. Saturday morning strong winds abate, but late afternoon strong to near gale force winds may return across the far north

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  3. Portpatrick

    Initially weak low across sea area Humber, 990. Wednesday night into Thursday the low drifts across northern England, filling slightly, while a strong north to northeast flow develops across the north and west of the British Isles, between the UK low and an Atlantic ridge approaching from the northwest. Friday the ridge reaches the western British Isles, while an Atlantic low moves east, to the south of Iceland. Confidence is low regarding this area of low pressure, but currently it is expected to continue east across the Faeroes during Saturday afternoon, pressure around 991, introducing a northwesterly flow across the Portpatrick region. Strong to near gale force winds, with occasional gales, gradually become widespread across the south of the region Wednesday evening into Thursday, extending north and eastwards, having started only across Shannon. Friday strong winds abate from the north. Saturday near gales or gales are likely to develop across the north of the region

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Last Updated at 23:42 UTC on Monday 26 June