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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sat 31 Jan to 1800 UTC Tue 03 Feb Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 292300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Saturday evening a complex low centred near Tyne 982, will move southwards to be North France 990 by Sunday morning. A ridge of high pressure extending northwards towards Iceland will continue to move slowly eastwards. During Sunday morning the ridge of high pressure will reach far western waters of Niton, then move across Ireland during the second half of the day. A trough will extend southeastwards across Fitzroy overnight with a low centred across East Fitzroy 1009 by midday. This will fill and move towards France overnight. Another complex low is expected to move southeastwards across the United Kingdom and then France during Tuesday. Northerly gales or severe gales will affect most waters on Saturday night except Dover and Wight. Winds decreasing to strong during Sunday. On Monday further gales may affect Fitzroy for a time. On Tuesday gales or severe gales will move southwards across all waters except Thames, Dover and Wight

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Saturday evening a complex low centred near Tyne 982, will move southwards to be North France 990 by Sunday morning. A ridge of high pressure extending northwards towards Iceland will continue to move slowly eastwards. During Sunday a second low will be slow moving Baltic Sea 976. On Monday another complex low centred Faeroes at midday 999 will move to Wight 990 by midday Tuesday. Northerly gales or severe gales across Cromarty and Fair Isle Saturday evening may reach storm force for a time overnight with gales extending to most remaining waters during Sunday except Dover and Wight. On Monday winds easing to become strong northwesterly by evening. During the early hours of Tuesday further gales will reach Fair Isle, and may extend to Viking, Forties and Cromarty during the morning. Little change is expected during the afternoon and into the evening period

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Saturday evening complex low centred near Tyne 982, moves southwards to Northern France 990 by Sunday morning. Ridge of high pressure extending northwards towards Iceland will continue to move slowly eastwards. During Sunday morning the ridge will reach far western waters of Portpatrick, then move across Ireland during second half of the day. On Monday another complex low, centred Faeroes at midday 999 will move to Wight 990 by midday Tuesday. Northerly gales or severe gales will cover all waters at first on Saturday evening. During Sunday winds will decrease from the west with gales confined to Fair Isle by evening, then become strong across this area by midnight. On Monday northerly gales or severe gales will again develop to affect all waters north of 53 North by the end of the day. On Tuesday morning these gales will extend to Lundy and Fastnet. Winds will then slowly decrease to strong across most areas by evening

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Last Updated at 22:34 UTC on Thursday 29 January