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Map of extended outlook areas

Map Key

  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 25 Jul to 1800 UTC Thu 28 Jul Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 232300 UTC

  1. Niton

    At first low centred northwest of Shetland, 1005, moving slowly northwest then eventually northeast to reach the Norwegian Sea on Thursday, filling slightly. Meanwhile a large anticyclone remains anchored near the Azores, extending a ridge eastwards across the Bay of Biscay and France. In-between a general west or southwest covers much of the UK, and within this flow two small areas of low pressure are forecast to move east across the UK during Wednesday and Thursday, although confidence is low regarding exact details, confidence is high that the lows will be weak, perhaps allowing the ridge of high pressure to the south of the UK to extend northwards at times to cover the English Channel and southern England. Strong or near gale force northerly winds across the south of sea area Fitzroy throughout, with a risk of isolated gales at times across the far southeast, especially Wednesday and Thursday. Otherwise no strong winds or gales are expected

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  2. Cullercoats

    Initially low centred northwest of Shetland, 1005, moving slowly northwest then eventually northeast to reach the Norwegian Sea on Thursday, filling slightly. Meanwhile a large anticyclone remains anchored near the Azores, extending a ridge eastwards across the Bay of Biscay and France. In-between a general west or southwest covers much of the UK and the Cullercoats region, and within this flow two small lows are forecast to move east across the UK and the Cullercoats region during Wednesday and Thursday, although confidence is low regarding exact details, confidence is high that the lows will be weak, perhaps allowing the ridge to the south of the UK to extend northwards at times to cover the English Channel and southern England. No gales are forecast across the Cullercoats region throughout the forecast period. Strong westerly winds are likely early Wednesday across Fair Isles, then extending east to reach Viking through the afternoon and perhaps North and South Utsire, abating Wednesday night

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  3. Portpatrick

    At first low centred northwest of Shetland, 1005, moving slowly northwest then eventually northeast to reach the Norwegian Sea on Thursday, filling slightly. Meanwhile a large anticyclone remains anchored near the Azores, extending a ridge eastwards across the Bay of Biscay and France. In-between a general west or southwest covers much of the UK, and within this flow two small areas of low pressure are forecast to move east across the UK during Wednesday and Thursday. Confidence is low regarding exact details, but confidence is high that the lows will be weak, perhaps allowing the ridge of high pressure to the south of the UK to extend northwards at times to cover the English Channel and southern England. No gales are expected during the forecast period, with only occasional strong westerly winds Tuesday night and Wednesday across Hebrides and Fair Isle, abating Wednesday night

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Last Updated at 23:41 UTC on Saturday 23 July