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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

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

  1. Niton

    Tuesday evening high pressure lies in Norwegian Sea and Bay of Biscay with low pressure over Europe and a deep Atlantic low moving quickly northeast to be centred west of sea area Rockall, 985, by midnight. This becoming slow moving northwest of the UK Wednesday morning with influence extending across northern Niton areas whilst high pressure remains over Biscay and Fitzroy. Thursday and Friday the low centre will slowly fill and drift north towards Iceland allowing high pressure to extend north for a time Thursday night. Friday morning a new Atlantic low will develop moving quickly northeast towards Ireland by the evening although with a good deal of uncertainty in the position and timing of this. Strong to gale force winds Sole, Lundy, Fastnet, Shannon from Tuesday night onwards. Winds easing for a time Thursday night with a risk of returning in all Atlantic sea areas Friday afternoon. Areas of sea fog possible English Channel Tuesday night

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Tuesday evening areas of high pressure lie in the Norwegian Sea and Bay of Biscay with low pressure across much of Europe and a deep Atlantic low moving quickly northeast to be centred west of sea area Rockall, 985, by midnight. This will become slow moving to the northwest of the UK on Wednesday morning with influence extending across the Cullercoats area and a low pressure trough moving east across the UK clearing eastern North Sea areas early on Thursday. Through Thursday and Friday the low centre will slowly fill and drift north towards Iceland allowing high pressure to extend across southern Cullercoats areas for a time on Thursday night. On Friday morning a new Atlantic low will develop moving northeast towards Ireland by the evening although with a good deal of uncertainty in the position and timing of this. Occasional strong winds north of 55N from Wednesday afternoon onwards

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  3. Portpatrick

    Tuesday evening high pressure lies in the Norwegian Sea and Bay of Biscay with low pressure across Europe and a deep Atlantic low moving northeast to be centred west of sea area Rockall, 985, by midnight. This will become slow moving northwest of UK on Wednesday morning with influence extending across Portpatrick area and a low pressure trough moving east across the UK clearing on Wednesday night. Through Thursday and Friday the low centre will slowly fill and drift north towards Iceland allowing high pressure to extend across southern Portpatrick areas Thursday night. Friday morning a new Atlantic low will develop moving northeast towards Ireland by the evening although with a good deal of uncertainty in the position and timing of this. Strong to gale force winds spreading east to all areas Tuesday night continuing through Wednesday and Thursday. Strong winds easing for a time Thursday night before returning in the south Friday afternoon

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Last Updated at 23:44 UTC on Sunday 23 July