Weather Extended Outlook

Settings
Language
Map of extended outlook areas

Map Key

  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 25 May to 1800 UTC Thu 28 May Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 232300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Monday evening and during Tuesday a broad ridge of high pressure extending northeast from the Azores high, 1037, is expected to cover most of the British Isles with low pressure across Iceland and Scandinavia. During Wednesday the ridge will decline as a developing area of low pressure moves quickly east into Scotland, 1004, by midnight Thursday and then into the eastern part of the North Sea, 995, by Thursday evening. Pressure is expected to remain relatively low across the Iberian Peninsula during the period. Occasional strong northeast winds are expected throughout the period across the south of Fitzroy. Occasional strong west to northwest winds are expected to develop in Shannon early on Wednesday and extend south and east to all areas north of 48 north by early Thursday with a risk of gales for a time in Irish Sea during Thursday

    Go to top of page
  2. Cullercoats

    On Monday evening and during Tuesday a broad ridge of high pressure extending northeast from the Azores high, 1037, is expected to cover most of the British Isles with low pressure across Iceland and Scandinavia. During Wednesday the ridge will decline as a developing area of low pressure moves quickly east into Scotland, 1004, by midnight Thursday and then into the eastern part of the North Sea, 995, by Thursday evening. Occasional strong west to northwest winds north of 56 north on Monday evening and during Tuesday will slowly extend south to all areas during Wednesday and continue through Thursday, although winds may ease for a time on Thursday north of 59 north. There is a risk of gales in southern and central parts of the North Sea during Thursday

    Go to top of page
  3. Portpatrick

    On Monday evening and during Tuesday a broad ridge of high pressure extending northeast from the Azores high, 1037, is expected to cover most of the British Isles with low pressure across Iceland and Scandinavia. During Wednesday the ridge will decline as a developing area of low pressure moves quickly east into Scotland, 1004, by midnight Thursday and then into the eastern part of the North Sea, 995, by Thursday evening. Strong west to northwest winds are expected to affect areas north of 56 north on Monday evening and during Tuesday and then extend south to all areas during Wednesday. Strong winds are then expected to continue through Thursday with a risk of gales for a time in Irish Sea, Rockall, Malin, Hebrides and Bailey, although winds may ease for a time in Fair Isle and Faeroes

    Go to top of page

Last Updated at 22:35 UTC on Saturday 23 May