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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 08 Feb to 1800 UTC Thu 11 Feb Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 062300 UTC

  1. Niton

    A complex deep area of low pressure is expected to lie across Scotland on Monday evening with one centre, 962, near Shetland moving away northeast into the Norwegian Sea during Tuesday. The other centre, 973, near the Hebrides is expected to move south and then east across northern England during Tuesday and then into the North Sea and fill. During Wednesday a new deepening Atlantic low will move east to lie just west of sea area Shannon, 977, and then move east into the British Isles during Thursday. Strong, mainly westerly winds or gales are expected to affect all areas on Monday evening and during Tuesday with severe gales likely for a time. Winds becoming mainly northwesterly on Tuesday and then ease for a time early on Wednesday, but further strong south to southwest winds or gales are expected to spread across all areas later on Wednesday and during Thursday

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  2. Cullercoats

    A complex deep area of low pressure is expected to lie across Scotland on Monday evening with one centre, 962, near Shetland moving away northeast into the Norwegian Sea during Tuesday. The other centre, 973, near the Hebrides is expected to move south and then east across northern England during Tuesday and then into the North Sea and fill. During Wednesday a new deepening Atlantic low will move east to lie just west of sea area Shannon, 977, and then move east into the British Isles during Thursday. Strong, mainly westerly winds or gales are expected to affect areas south of 56 north on Monday evening and during Tuesday with severe gales likely for a time in areas south of 53 north. Winds becoming mainly northwesterly on Tuesday and then ease during Wednesday, but further strong winds or gales are expected to spread to most areas during Thursday

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  3. Portpatrick

    A complex deep area of low pressure is expected to lie across Scotland on Monday evening with one centre, 962, near Shetland moving away northeast into the Norwegian Sea during Tuesday. The other centre, 973, near the Hebrides is expected to move south and then east across northern England during Tuesday and then into the North Sea and fill. During Wednesday a new deepening Atlantic low will move east to lie just west of sea area Shannon, 977, and then move east into the British Isles during Thursday. Strong winds or gales are expected to affect most areas on Monday evening and during Tuesday with severe gales likely for a time in areas south of 55 north. Winds becoming mainly northwesterly on Tuesday and then easing for a time later on Tuesday and early on Wednesday, but further strong winds or gales spreading across most areas later on Wednesday and during Thursday

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Last Updated at 22:38 UTC on Saturday 6 February