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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 26 Jun to 1800 UTC Wed 29 Jun Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 242300 UTC

  1. Niton

    At the start of the period low pressure is expected to be centred just west of Iceland, 990, with a frontal trough extending southeast across the UK, moving east. The low will move to the east of Iceland on Monday, deepening slightly, before moving southwards and combining with a new developing Atlantic low on Tuesday and Wednesday. The main low then expected to be located Bailey, around 994, by midday Wednesday with further frontal troughs moving east across the UK. High,1037, centred 200 miles north of the Azores at first, with ridge extending across Biscay into central Europe. The high drifting west through the period with ridge declining. Strong winds at times are likely to be mostly confined to sea areas north of 48 north through Sunday to Tuesday, but may extend into the north of Biscay and Finisterre on Wednesday. Strong winds are also expected to affect Cape Finisterre for much of the period

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  2. Cullercoats

    At the start of the period low pressure is expected to be centred just west of Iceland, 990, with a frontal trough extending southeast across the UK, moving east. The low will move to the east of Iceland on Monday, deepening slightly, before moving southwards and combining with a new developing Atlantic low on Tuesday and Wednesday. The main low then expected to be located Bailey, around 994, by midday Wednesday with further frontal troughs moving east across the UK. High,1037, centred 200 miles north of the Azores at first, with ridge extending across Biscay into central Europe. The high drifting west through the period with ridge declining

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Sunday evening low pressure expected to be centred just west of Iceland, 990, with frontal trough extending southeast across the UK, moving east. The low will move to the east of Iceland on Monday, deepening slightly, before moving southwards and combining with a new developing Atlantic low on Tuesday and Wednesday. The main low then expected to be located Bailey, around 994, by midday Wednesday with further frontal troughs moving east across the UK. High,1037, centred 200 miles north of the Azores at first, with ridge extending across Biscay into central Europe. The high drifting west through the period with ridge declining. Strong winds in the west of Portpatrick on Sunday evening, these strong winds extending east to the rest of Portpatrick by early Monday, with a low risk of temporary gales in the north. Occasionally strong winds are then expected through Monday and Tuesday, especially in the north, but more especially in the south of Portpatrick on Wednesday

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Last Updated at 23:38 UTC on Friday 24 June