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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 27 Mar to 1800 UTC Thu 30 Mar Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 252300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Monday evening high pressure is expected to be centred in the Norwegian Basin, 1029. This anticyclone will remain slow moving through the period. Further high pressure centred over the continent will extend northwards into the North Sea. High pressure will slowly decline through the period but still maintain influence over most of the North Sea. Meanwhile a large complex deep low, 973, centred around 47 north 33 west will very slowly move north-eastwards and will push frontal troughs into the northwest of the UK during Wednesday and Thursday. Strong southerly winds will develop in sea area Fitzroy overnight Monday into Tuesday. These will extend northwards into Sole during Tuesday. Strong winds persisting into Wednesday and also affecting sea areas Fastnet, Lundy and Irish Sea at times before easing later on Wednesday east of 10 west. During Thursday strong southerly winds will persist west of 10 west

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Monday evening high pressure is expected to be centred in the Norwegian Basin, 1029. This anticyclone will remain slow moving through the period. Further high pressure centred over the continent will extend northwards into the North Sea. High pressure will slowly decline through the period but still maintain influence over most of the North Sea. Meanwhile a large complex deep low, 973, centred around 47 north 33 west will very slowly move north-eastwards and will push frontal troughs into the northwest of the UK during Wednesday and Thursday. No hazardous winds are forecast to affect Cullercoats at first, however overnight Tuesday into Wednesday strong easterlies will develop in sea area Fair Isle. These will strengthen to gale force later on Wednesday. During Thursday these strong winds and gales will slowly decline northwards

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Monday evening high pressure is expected to be centred in the Norwegian Basin, 1029. This anticyclone will remain slow moving through the period. Further high pressure centred over the continent will extend northwards into the North Sea. High pressure will slowly decline through the period but still maintain influence over most of the North Sea. Meanwhile a large complex deep low, 973, centred around 47 north 33 west will very slowly move north-eastwards and will push frontal troughs into the northwest of the UK during Wednesday and Thursday. No hazardous winds are forecast to affect Portpatrick at first however during Tuesday strong to gale strength easterly winds will develop in South East Iceland, Bailey and Faeroes persisting into Wednesday and affecting Hebrides and Fair Isle at times. During Wednesday strong southerly winds will develop in Fastnet, Lundy and Irish Sea before easing later on Wednesday. Strong to gale force easterlies persisting north of 59 degrees north. During Thursday these strong winds will ease from the south as strong southerly winds develop in Shannon and Rockall

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Last Updated at 22:42 UTC on Saturday 25 March