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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 29 May to 1800 UTC Wed 01 Jun Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 272300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Sunday evening pressure will be low across the Low Countries with a centre over far northeast France 998. Throughout the period pressure will remain high from Trafalgar to Shannon. The low will remain slow moving for much of Monday and by the start of Tuesday will be close to Wight 1001. On Tuesday the Low will slowly fill and drift little southwards across northern France 1011 by the start of Wednesday. On Wednesday the low will continue to slowly fill but remain slow moving over northern France 1015 by Wednesday evening. On Monday strong winds may reach gale strength across Thames, Wight, Portland and Plymouth. On Tuesday northwesterly gales look set to affect Biscay, mainly during the morning period. Further west winds will remain mostly light. On Wednesday strong winds become confined to Biscay and some waters of Fitzroy

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Sunday evening pressure will be low across the Low Countries with a centre over far northeast France 998. At the same time a ridge of high pressure will extend from the Norwegian Sea to Rockall. The low will remain slow moving for much of Monday and by the start of Tuesday will be close to Wight 1001, with a high over Faeroes 1031. On Tuesday the Low will slowly fill and drift little southwards across northern France 1011 by the start of Wednesday. By this time the high is expected to be centred Southeast Iceland 1037. On Wednesday the low will continue to slowly fill but remain slow moving over northern France 1015 by Wednesday evening. By this time the high is expected to be centred just west of Bailey 1038. Throughout the period northerly or northeasterly winds will be occasionally strong across all waters, with a risk of gales across some central areas of Cullercoats on Monday

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  3. Portpatrick

    Portpatrick On Sunday evening pressure will be low across the Low Countries with a centre over far northeast France 998. At the same time a ridge of high pressure will extend from the Norwegian Sea to Rockall. The low will remain slow moving for much of Monday and by the start of Tuesday will be close to Wight 1001, with a high over Faeroes 1031. On Tuesday the Low will slowly fill and drift little southwards across northern France 1011 by the start of Wednesday. By this time the high is expected to be centred Southeast Iceland 1037. On Wednesday the low will continue to slowly fill but remain slow moving over northern France 1015 by Wednesday evening. By this time the high is expected to be centred just west of Bailey 1038. Winds will be light across all waters on Sunday evening and much of Monday. On Tuesday and Wednesday strong winds will affect some waters of Portpatrick

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Last Updated at 23:42 UTC on Friday 27 May