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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Thu 27 Apr to 1800 UTC Sun 30 Apr Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 252300 UTC

  1. Niton

    The Azores high will extend across Niton for much of the period while high pressure centred over Scandinavia extends into the northern North Sea. On Sunday, however, low pressure in the Atlantic will slowly move into Shannon and Sole. On Thursday evening strong north- easterly winds will affect south Fitzroy, with winds much lighter elsewhere in Niton. During Friday morning the strong winds in Fitzroy will slowly ease as strong south- westerly winds develop in Shannon. On Friday afternoon these strong winds will extend into Sole and northwest Fitzroy. During Saturday strong southerly winds will become widespread in Niton west of 8 degrees west. On Sunday strong winds move east to affect sea areas west of 6 degrees west while in the west of Fitzroy and sole winds veering north-westerly and increasing to gale strength at times. Later on Sunday gales will also affect the southern half of Biscay

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Thursday evening the Azores high extends across the southwest of the UK while high pressure centred over Scandinavia extends into the northern North Sea. A weak area of low pressure over German Bight at first will slowly move eastwards into the continent allowing pressure to build from the southwest through Friday and Saturday. On Sunday low pressure in the Atlantic will slowly move into Shannon and Sole. Strong northerlies will affect Viking and North Utsire at first on Thursday evening, though these strong winds will ease overnight into Friday. During Saturday strong easterly winds will develop in the Skagerrak affecting South Utsire and the northern half of sea area Fisher. These will ease overnight into Sunday. During Sunday strong easterly winds will affect Humber and Dogger, with no hazardous winds elsewhere in Cullercoats

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Thursday evening the Azores high extends across the southwest of the UK while high pressure centred over Scandinavia extends into the northern North Sea. A weak area of low pressure over German Bight at first will slowly move eastwards into the continent allowing pressure to build from the southwest through Friday and Saturday. On Sunday low pressure in the Atlantic will slowly move into Shannon. No hazardous winds are forecast in Portpatrick overnight Thursday into Friday, however during Friday morning strong southerly winds will develop in the western half of sea areas Bailey and southeast Iceland with strong south-westerly winds also developing in Shannon. Strong winds in Bailey easing overnight into Saturday, while persisting in Shannon, southeast Iceland and also affecting Faeroes. During Saturday strong southerly winds will become widespread in Portpatrick west of 8 degrees west. On Sunday strong south-easterly winds becoming confined to Portpatrick sea areas south of 55 degrees north

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Last Updated at 22:37 UTC on Tuesday 25 April