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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sat 03 Dec to 1800 UTC Tue 06 Dec Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 012300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Saturday evening a large anticyclone centred over the North Sea,1029, will drift slowly southeast to be centred over north Germany, 1030, by midday Sunday. Low, 985, just west of Iberia at first, drifting slowly east to southeast,filling. Through the remainder of the period the high pressure centre continuing to drift south- eastwards into the continent with the ridge of high pressure extending north-westwards across the North Sea and UK through Monday. By Tuesday, the ridge declining further east as a deepening low develops over the mid- North Atlantic. Strong winds, locally near gale force, are expected across much of Niton through Saturday evening. However, winds are expected to slowly moderate through Sunday, becoming non-hazardous for much of the south of Niton by early Monday. Further strong winds are then expected to extend to the west of NITON on Tuesday, perhaps with local gales later for west Sole and Shannon

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Saturday evening a large anticyclone centred over the North Sea,1029, will drift slowly southeast to be centred over north Germany, 1030, by midday Sunday. Low, 985, just west of Iberia at first, drifting slowly east to southeast,filling. Through the remainder of the period the high pressure centre continuing to drift south- eastwards into the continent with the ridge of high pressure extending north-westwards across the North Sea and UK through Monday. By Tuesday, the ridge declining further east as a deepening low develops over the mid- North Atlantic. Occasionally strong winds are expected through the English Channel, over the southern North Sea, and across Fair Isle, at the start of the period. Strong winds may also develop for a time on Sunday in South Utsire and Fisher. Elsewhere, winds should remain non- hazardous through the period, although further strong winds are likely to spread to Cromarty and Fair Isle by Tuesday evening

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Saturday evening a large anticyclone is expected to be centred over the North Sea,1029. This will drift slowly southeast to be centred over north Germany, 1030, by midday Sunday. Low, 985, just west of Iberia at first, drifting slowly east to southeast,filling. Through the remainder of the period the high pressure centre is expected to continue to drift south-eastwards into the continent with the ridge of high pressure extending north- westwards across the North Sea and UK through Monday. By Tuesday, the ridge declining further east as a deepening low develops over the mid-North Atlantic. Occasionally strong winds affecting the south, north, and at times the far west of Portpatrick at the start of the period. Strong winds will then gradually extend east through Monday and Tuesday to all areas by the end of the period, perhaps with occasional gales developing in the west

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Last Updated at 22:39 UTC on Thursday 1 December