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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 21 Apr to 1800 UTC Thu 24 Apr Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 192300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Shallow low 1000 in Sole Monday evening will fill overnight. Shallow low 1002 across Iberia Monday evening will fill overnight. Large Atlantic low 991 will be centred 55 north 29 west midday Wednesday. This low moves southwards to 48 north 28 west by midday Thursday with little change. Another low 1006 forms to northeast at 58 north 27 west at same time. Frontal trough will move northeast through Fitzroy, Sole, and Shannon on Tuesday, clearing the rest of the Niton area on Wednesday. A further trough is expected to move east into Fitzroy on Thursday. Although winds start light in all parts of the region strong south to southeasterly winds develop by midday Tuesday across Fitzroy, Sole and Shannon, veering west to southwesterly by the end of the day and decreasing. Winds then remain generally southwesterly, becoming occasionally strong at times in southern parts of Fitzroy during Thursday. These winds then veer westerly by the end of the day

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  2. Cullercoats

    Shallow low 1000 in Sole Monday evening will fill overnight. Large anticyclone 1027 centred north of Faeroes Monday evening will drift slowly northeastwards into southern Norwegian Sea during the period building to 1033 by midday Wednesday. A large Atlantic low 991 will be centred 55 north 29 west midday Wednesday. This low moves southwards to 48 north 28 west by midday Thursday with little change. Another low 1006 will form to northeast at 58 north 27 west at same time. Strong northeasterly winds in Viking and Fisher Monday evening will continue through Tuesday, extending into Fair Isle for a time. Winds have veered east to southeasterly by Wednesday morning but remain strong in Viking, South Utsire, Fisher and Fair Isle, easing during the day. During Thursday winds back easterly again and pick up for a time in Forties and Fisher

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  3. Portpatrick

    Shallow low 1000 in Sole Monday evening will fill overnight. Large anticyclone 1027 centred north of Faeroes Monday evening will drift slowly northeastwards into southern Norwegian Sea during the period building to 1033 by midday Wednesday then declining slightly to 1030 by the end of Thursday. Large Atlantic low 991 will be centred 55 north 29 west midday Wednesday. This low moves southwards to 48 north 28 west by midday Thursday with little change. Another low 1006 forms to northeast at 58 north 27 west at same time. Another shallow low 1016 forms north of Iceland by the end of Thursday. Strong easterly winds will develop in Rockall, Hebrides, Bailey, Fair Isle, Faeroes and Southeast Iceland by midday Tuesday. These winds continue through until Wednesday morning but ease in Rockall, Hebrides and Fair Isle. Winds then ease everywhere Wednesday evening and continue lighter during Thursday

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Last Updated at 23:35 UTC on Saturday 19 April