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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 01 Sep to 1800 UTC Thu 04 Sep Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 302300 UTC

  1. Niton

    During Monday evening a large area of high pressure, 1023, will extend from Scandinavia across the North Sea into the eastern Atlantic Ocean. This anticyclone will remain slow moving throughout the period. An area of low pressure, 1010, will remain slow moving over the Iberian Peninsula throughout the period. During Monday evening occasionally strong north-easterly winds will affect Fitzroy, during Tuesday these occasionally strong winds will veer easterly and extend into sea area Biscay before easing later on Wednesday. Hazardous winds are not expected to affect the remainder of Niton throughout the period however it should be noted that fresh north- easterly winds are forecast through the Dover straits on Thursday. The visibility will generally be moderate to good across Niton throughout the period however overnight Wednesday into Thursday areas of fog may affect sea areas Plymouth and Sole at times.

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  2. Cullercoats

    During Monday evening a large area of high pressure, 1023, will extend from Scandinavia across the North Sea into the eastern Atlantic Ocean. This anticyclone will remain slow moving throughout the period. A complex area of low pressure to the north of Iceland, 985, will remain slow moving throughout the period, filling slowly at first before deepening again from Wednesday. During Tuesday occasionally strong south-westerly winds will affect sea area Fair Isle, especially the northwest of the area. These strong winds will slowly moderate on Wednesday. Hazardous winds are not expected to affect the remainder of Cullercoats throughout the period however it should be noted that fresh north-easterly winds are forecast through the Dover straits on Thursday. The visibility will generally be moderate to good across Cullercoats throughout the period until Thursday when areas of fog are expected in sea areas Tyne, Dogger and Forties

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  3. Portpatrick

    Portpatrick During Monday evening a large area of high pressure, 1023, will extend from Scandinavia across the North Sea into the eastern Atlantic Ocean. This anticyclone will remain slow moving throughout the period. A complex area of low pressure to the north of Iceland, 985, will remain slow moving throughout the period, filling slowly at first before deepening again from Wednesday. Overnight Monday into Tuesday strong south-westerly winds will affect Bailey and Southeast Iceland. During Tuesday these strong winds will extend into Rockall, Hebrides, Faeroes and the northwest of Fair Isle while strengthening to gale across Bailey and Southeast Iceland. During Wednesday the gales in Bailey and Southeast Iceland will cease with strong winds easing slowly across Rockall, Hebrides, Bailey, Fair Isle, Southeast Iceland and eventually Faeroes. Hazardous winds are not expected to affect remaining Portpatrick sea areas throughout the period

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Last Updated at 23:38 UTC on Saturday 30 August