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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Thu 09 Jul to 1800 UTC Sun 12 Jul Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 072300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Thursday evening an area of high pressure, which is expected to be centred English Channel 1025 will transfer eastwards to be centred across northern Germany 1023 midday Friday. Low pressure will remain slow moving near Iberia throughout the period. A large area of low pressure centred eastern Atlantic 997 midday Friday will remain slow moving, and fill 1004 by Saturday afternoon. By this time an anticyclone is expected to be centred just southwest of Fitzroy 1028 with a broad ridge extending towards western France. Little change is expected into Sunday. Occasional strong winds are expected to develop across most sea areas of Niton through the period, but no gales or extensive fog are forecast. On Friday afternoon a spell of strong westerly winds are indicated to develop across Biscay, mainly across southern waters, with a risk of gusty winds associated with thunderstorms

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  2. Cullercoats

    Low pressure centred central Sweden 994 on Thursday evening will move slowly away eastwards across the Baltic Sea on Friday and Saturday. High pressure centred English Channel 1025 will transfer eastwards to be centred Germany 1023 midday Friday with a ridge extending northwards to sea area Viking. On Friday night a low centred Bailey 999 will move to Southeast Iceland 1001 by midday Saturday and then remain slow moving into Sunday as a slowly filling feature. On Thursday evening northwesterly gales are expected across South Utsire, Fisher and German Bight, with a risk of severe gales at first. By Friday morning the winds will decrease to strong. On Friday afternoon a band of southeasterly gales may develop across Fair Isle before then extending away northwards by the early hours of Saturday morning. Winds will then be mainly light across much of Cullercoats for the remainder of the weekend

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Thursday evening an area of high pressure centred English Channel 1025 will transfer eastwards to be centred Germany 1023 by midday Friday with a ridge of high pressure extending northwards to sea area Viking. A complex are of low pressure over the central Atlantic 997 is expected to transfer to the eastern Atlantic 997 by Friday afternoon. On Friday night a low centred Bailey 999 will move to Southeast Iceland 1001 by midday Saturday and then remain slow moving into Sunday as a slowly filling feature. Strong winds developing across all waters of Portpatrick at times through the period. On Friday afternoon a band of easterly or southeasterly gales may develop across Fair Isle and Faeroes before then extending away northwards by the early hours of Saturday morning. These gales may extend to Southeast Iceland for a time on Saturday morning, before decreasing to strong or less. Winds will then be mainly light for most waters during Sunday

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Last Updated at 23:37 UTC on Tuesday 7 July