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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Wed 24 Sep to 1800 UTC Sat 27 Sep Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 222300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Wednesday evening complex multi-centred low across Scandinavia, with a weak ridge of high pressure across the UK. Overnight and Thursday morning the ridge moves east across the North Sea, while flattening, as the low pressure area simplifies into one low centre, expected midday Thursday 56N 17E, 1002. Later Thursday an anticyclone builds across Biscay and the Continent, while a deep low moves across or just to the south of Iceland. By midnight Thursday low expected 67N 09W, 956 then 69N 03W, 953, by midday Friday. Saturday low continues to move away northeastwards. Friday the anticyclone becomes centred across the Brest Peninsula, 1027, and then moves northeast becoming centred across Thames by midday Saturday, pressure steady. Wednesday evening and overnight strong winds across the far southeast of Fitzroy, gradually abating through Thursday. Thursday occasional strong winds are possible across northern parts of Irish Sea and Shannon. Otherwise no strong winds are expected

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  2. Cullercoats

    Wednesday evening complex multi-centred low across Scandinavia, with a weak ridge of high pressure across the UK. Overnight and Thursday morning the ridge moves east across the North Sea, while flattening, as the low pressure area simplifies into one low centre, expected midday Thursday 56N 17E, 1002. Later Thursday an anticyclone builds across Biscay and the Continent, while a deep low moves across or just to the south of Iceland. By midnight Thursday low expected 67N 09W, 956 then 69N 03W, 953, by midday Friday. Saturday low continues to move away northeastwards. Friday the anticyclone becomes centred across the Brest Peninsula, 1027, and then moves northeast becoming centred across Thames by midday Saturday, pressure steady. North of 53N strong winds for much of the time from Wednesday evening until Saturday, then becoming confined to north of 57N. Also near gale to gale force winds developing north of 58N through Friday, risk of severe gales far north

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  3. Portpatrick

    Wednesday evening complex multi-centred low across Scandinavia, with a weak ridge across the UK. Overnight and Thursday morning the ridge moves east across the North Sea, while flattening, as the low pressure area simplifies into one low centre, expected midday Thursday 56N 17E, 1002. Later Thursday an anticyclone builds across Biscay and the Continent, while a deep low moves across or just to the south of Iceland. By midnight Thursday low expected 67N 09W, 956 then 69N 03W, 953, by midday Friday. Saturday low continues to move away northeastwards. Friday the anticyclone becomes centred across the Brest Peninsula, 1027, and then moves northeast becoming centred across Thames by midday Saturday, pressure steady. North of 55N strong winds throughout the forecast period, increasing gale force to severe gale force north of 61N Thursday evening until late Friday, risk of storm force winds far north Thursday evening. Thursday occasional strong winds are possible across northern parts of Irish Sea and Shannon

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Last Updated at 23:40 UTC on Monday 22 September