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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Thu 19 Jan to 1800 UTC Sun 22 Jan Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 172300 UTC

  1. Niton

    A slow-moving anticyclone is expected to dominate the weather over the next week. On Thursday evening, the anticyclone will be centred 1037 eastern England. Deep low lies 800 nautical miles west of Shannon at this time, and a weak low lies 1010 southeast Spain. Remaining similar midday Friday, with the Atlantic low remaining far west, low pressure over southern Spain, and the anticyclone remaining stationary. By midday Saturday, the high will have moved east and declined slightly, becoming centred 1030 over Denmark. A new low will have developed 1013 just west of Fitzroy, with the deeper Atlantic low moving north towards Iceland. By midday Sunday, the anticyclone will most likely return westward to be centred across southern England 1029. Meanwhile the Fitzroy low is likely to move south to join various other weak lows in the Mediterranean, and the Iceland low moves northeast across the Norwegian Sea. Strong winds at times across Shannon, but no gales expected

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  2. Cullercoats

    A slow-moving anticyclone is expected to dominate the weather over the next week. On Thursday evening, the anticyclone will be centred 1037 eastern England. Deep low lies 800 nautical miles west of Shannon at this time, and a weak low lies 1010 southeast Spain. Remaining similar midday Friday, with the Atlantic low remaining far west, low pressure over southern Spain, and the anticyclone remaining stationary. By midday Saturday, the high will have moved east and declined slightly, becoming centred 1030 over Denmark. A new low will have developed 1013 just west of Fitzroy, with the deeper Atlantic low moving north towards Iceland. By midday Sunday, the anticyclone will most likely return westward to be centred across southern England 1029. Meanwhile the Fitzroy low is likely to move south to join various other weak lows in the Mediterranean, and the Iceland low moves northeast across the Norwegian Sea. Strong winds at times Fair Isle and Viking, but no gales expected

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  3. Portpatrick

    A slow-moving anticyclone will dominate the weather over the next week. Thursday evening, the anticyclone will be centred 1037 eastern England. Deep low lies 800 nautical miles west of Shannon at this time, and a weak low lies 1010 southeast Spain. Remaining similar midday Friday, with the Atlantic low remaining far west, low pressure over southern Spain, and the anticyclone remaining stationary. By midday Saturday, the high will have moved east and declined slightly, becoming centred 1030 over Denmark. A new low will have developed 1013 just west of Fitzroy, with the deeper Atlantic low moving north towards Iceland. By midday Sunday, the anticyclone will most likely return westward to be centred across southern England 1029. Meanwhile the Fitzroy low is likely to move south to join various other weak lows in the Mediterranean, and the Iceland low moves northeast across the Norwegian Sea. Strong winds at times across Bailey, Faeroes and Fair Isle. Gales possible Bailey on Saturday

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Last Updated at 22:42 UTC on Tuesday 17 January