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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 29 May to 1800 UTC Thu 01 Jun Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 272300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Monday evening a slack pressure pattern will be across Niton, with a weak ridge of high pressure extending from the Azores to southwest England. At the same time a shallow low pressure will be centred 1010 Belgium. During Tuesday the ridge of pressure is expected to extend northwards from the Azores, with high pressure becoming centred 1022 Channel Islands, and then extending a further ridge towards Iceland. High pressure will continue migrating east on Wednesday, becoming centred 1025 Humber. An Atlantic low will also develop to the northwest of Niton, and extend its influence into Shannon and Sole. Little change is then expected on Thursday, with the Atlantic low remaining well to the northwest and high pressure dominating across Niton. Generally light winds are expected throughout the period across Niton, however the approaching Atlantic low pressure system could lead to some occasional strong winds across western Shannon and Sole on Wednesday and Friday

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Monday evening a slack pressure pattern will be across Cullercoats, with shallow low pressure centres 1009 southern Norway, 1010 Belgium and 1009 Irish Sea. During Tuesday a ridge is expected to extend northwards from the Azores, with high press becoming centred 1022 Channel Islands, whilst a further ridge extends towards Iceland. At the same time, a broad low pressure area will develop and influence Cullercoats, centred 1001 Norway. High pressure will continuing migrating east on Wednesday, becoming centred 1025 Humber and extend across western Cullercoats. At the same time, the low across Norway, will move east, gradually losing its influence across eastern Cullercoats. Little change is then expected on Thursday. Generally light winds are expected at first, however strong winds could develop north of 56N for a time on Wednesday, with strongest winds east of 05E. These becoming limited to Fisher during Thursday, and continue to east

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Monday evening, a weak ridge extends from the Azores to southwest England, whilst low pressure will be centred 997 to the west of Iceland. A shallow low pressure will also be centred 1009 Irish Sea. During Tuesday the ridge of pressure migrated northwards from the Azores to the Channel Islands, whilst extending a further ridge towards Iceland. High pressure continues migrating east on Wednesday, becoming centred North Sea. An Atlantic low will also develop west of Portpatrick, extending its influence into Bailey, Rockall and Shannon. This will then drift north on Thursday, with its influence extending to South East Iceland and Faeroes. Generally light winds, however occasional strong winds are possible Hebrides on Tuesday afternoon, and then Faeroes and Fair Isle into Wednesday, before easing. Further Strong winds are then likely Rockall, west Shannon and Bailey by midnight Wednesday, before extending across South East Iceland and Faeroes Thursday, with gales possible in the far northwest

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Last Updated at 23:44 UTC on Saturday 27 May