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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Fri 30 Sep to 1800 UTC Mon 03 Oct Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 282300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Friday evening, a complex area of low pressure over much of northern Scandinavia, with high pressure over the near continent. During Saturday a shallow low, 1003, is expected to form over the UK, moving east to lie German Bight by midday Sunday, 1009, filling and moving into the continent on Sunday. At the same time a new and rapidly deepening Atlantic low is expected to develop, moving north to be located near 56 north 25 west by Sunday evening, 975, tracking to the west of Iceland Monday. On Friday evening, occasionally strong winds over northwest Fitzroy, Sole, Fastnet and Shannon. Strong winds then extending to Lundy and Irish Sea for a time Saturday, and through the English Channel to Thames, but moderating elsewhere. During Sunday, strong to gale force winds likely to return to the far northwest of Niton, spreading eastwards, with strong to gale force winds for most areas on Monday

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Friday evening, a large, complex area of low pressure is expected over much of northern Scandinavia and the Norwegian Sea, with a broadly west or north-westerly flow over Cullercoats. Through the period the low gradually filling and clearing, with high pressure building over Scandinavia. During Saturday a shallower low, 1003, is expected to form over the UK, moving east to lie German Bight by midday Sunday, 1009, filling and moving into the continent on Sunday. Deep low pressure in the Atlantic on Sunday tracks to the west of Iceland on Monday. On Friday evening, occasionally strong winds affecting South Utsire and Fisher, easing overnight. On Saturday strong winds extending through the English Channel into the southern North Sea, with strong winds affecting much of the North Sea on Sunday, perhaps with local gales, easing later. Strong winds spreading in from the west on Monday, with gales over Fair Isle, and Viking later

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  3. Portpatrick

    Portpatrick Friday evening, a complex area of low pressure over much of northern Scandinavia and the Norwegian Sea. Through the period the low gradually filling, moving north towards the north of Norway. Through the period the low gradually filling and clearing, with high pressure building over Scandinavia. During Saturday a shallower low, 1003, is expected to form over the UK, moving east to lie German Bight by midday Sunday, 1009, filling and moving into the continent on Sunday. At the same time a new and rapidly deepening Atlantic low is expected to develop, moving north to be located near 56 north 25 west by Sunday evening, 975 tracking to the west of Iceland Monday. Friday evening, occasionally strong winds likely Fastnet and Shannon, extending to Lundy and Irish Sea for a time Saturday, before moderating again. Gale force winds returning to west of Portpatrick during Sunday, spreading eastwards with severe gales in the northwest. Gales only slowly easing through Monday

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Last Updated at 23:39 UTC on Wednesday 28 September