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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Wed 01 Jun to 1800 UTC Sat 04 Jun Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 302300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Wednesday evening will see a large area of low pressure across Europe, with centre 1006 across northern Germany. Otherwise pressure will be generally high, with a centre 1034 between Iceland and the UK, ridging south, to the west of Ireland and into Niton. This situation will persist through Thursday, however the high pressure centre between the UK and Iceland will drift west to be centred 1036 to the southwest of Iceland by midnight. A second high pressure centre 1028 will then develop near the Faeroe Islands during Friday and Saturday. Throughout the period, pressure will remain low near the Azores, with an Atlantic low to the west of Fitzroy. As this deepens, A col will develop across Fitzroy and Biscay during Saturday. Strong winds are possible across Niton during Wednesday and Thursday, however these become restricted to the north and east on Friday. Strong winds return to west Fitzroy, Sole and Shannon on Saturday

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  2. Cullercoats

    Wednesday evening will see a large area of low pressure across Europe, with centre 1006 across northern Germany. Otherwise pressure will be generally high, with a centre 1034 between Iceland and the UK, and slack high pressure across Scandinavia. This situation will persist through Thursday, however by midnight, low pressure will gradually move into and deepen across Scandinavia with centre 1008 across northern Norway. Furthermore, the high pressure centre 1036 between the UK and Iceland will also drift west to be centred to the southwest of Iceland by the same time. The low across Scandinavia will move away east during Friday and Saturday, and a second high pressure centre 1028 will develop near the Faeroe Islands. Otherwise little change occurs. Occasional strong winds will persist across most of the Cullercoats area throughout the period, with gales possible across Viking and north Utshire during Friday evening and Saturday

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  3. Portpatrick

    Wednesday evening will see a large area of low pressure across Europe. Otherwise pressure will be generally high, with a centre 1034 in Bailey, ridging south across Portpatrick, to the west of Ireland. This situation will generally persist through Thursday, however the high pressure centred between the UK and Iceland will drift west to be centred 1036 to the southwest of Iceland by midnight. A second high pressure 1028 will then develop, centred over Faeroes during Friday and Saturday. Throughout the period, pressure will also remain low near the Azores, with an Atlantic low to the southwest of Shannon. Strong winds are expected across the south and west of Portpatrick on Wednesday evening, extending across all of Portpatrick for the rest of the period except South East Iceland on during Thursday evening and Friday. Strongest winds likely across Hebrides, Fair Isle and the south east Faeroes on Friday, but likely to remain below gale

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Last Updated at 23:42 UTC on Monday 30 May