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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Wed 30 Jul to 1800 UTC Sat 02 Aug Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 282300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Wednesday evening, a broad area of low pressure is centred 995 in the Norwegian Sea. Another shallow trough is centred near Bailey and a ridge extending out of the Azores High lies Sole eastwards through the English Channel. A heat low also exists over Spain. By midday Thursday, a similar pressure pattern persists except the trough near Bailey develops into a low centred 1006 over Western Isles. By midday Friday, the ridge of high pressure declines back to the Azores, whilst another area of low pressure from the Atlantic combines with the Western Isles Low to form a broader area of low pressure centred 1001 over western Ireland. This low deepens further overnight and into Saturday, potentially reaching 995 in the Irish Sea but with some uncertainty at present. Strong winds are possible initially through southeast Fitzroy until Thursday day. Strong winds then affect north Fitzroy, Sole and Shannon Friday onwards, with a risk of gales for a time locally on Saturday

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  2. Cullercoats

    Wednesday evening, a broad area of low pressure is centred 995 in the Norwegian Sea. Another shallow trough is centred near Bailey and a ridge extending out of the Azores High lies Sole eastwards through the English Channel. A heat low also exists over Spain. By midday Thursday, a similar pressure pattern persists except the trough near Bailey develops into a low centred 1006 over Western Isles. By midday Friday, the ridge of high pressure declines back to the Azores, whilst another area of low pressure from the Atlantic combines with the Western Isles Low to form a broader area of low pressure centred 1001 over western Ireland. This low deepens further overnight and into Saturday, potentially reaching 995 in the Irish Sea but with some uncertainty at present. Strong winds are possible for a time across northern areas of Cullercoats during Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Near gale is possible across northwest Fair Isle during Sunday

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  3. Portpatrick

    Wednesday evening, a broad area of low pressure is centred 995 in the Norwegian Sea. Another shallow trough is centred near Bailey and a ridge extending out of the Azores High lies Sole eastwards through the English Channel. A heat low also exists over Spain. By midday Thursday, a similar pressure pattern persists except the trough near Bailey develops into a low centred 1006 over Western Isles. By midday Friday, the ridge of high pressure declines back to the Azores, whilst another area of low pressure from the Atlantic combines with the Western Isles Low to form a broader area of low pressure centred 1001 over western Ireland. This low deepens further overnight and into Saturday, potentially reaching 995 in the Irish Sea but with some uncertainty at present. Strong winds are likely to develop from Friday onwards across parts of Rockall, Malin, Hebrides, south Bailey and Fair Isle, perhaps locally gale for a time

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Last Updated at 23:39 UTC on Monday 28 July