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Map of extended outlook areas

Map Key

  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 30 May to 1800 UTC Thu 02 Jun Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 282300 UTC

  1. Niton

    An area of low pressure will remain over northwest Europe throughout this period with a low pressure system also remaining slow moving in the Atlantic to the west of Fitzroy. At the same time high pressure will extend from the Norwegian Sea over Iceland and south to the Azores. The low pressure over the continent will be centred over northeast France, 1001, on Monday evening and then move slowly northeastwards over the Netherlands, 1006, by early on Wednesday. A second centre may develop to the west of Norway by midday Wednesday before both gradually moving away east on Wednesday night and Thursday. Strong winds Thames, Dover, Wight, Portland on Monday evening easing Tuesday afternoon. Strong winds developing Lundy, Fastnet by Tuesday afternoon easing early Wednesday. Areas of sea fog possible Biscay, Fitzroy, Sole throughout and English Channel from Tuesday night

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  2. Cullercoats

    Low pressure will remain over northwest Europe throughout this period and high pressure will extend from the Norwegian Sea over Iceland and south to the Azores. The low centre will start over northeast France, 1001, on Monday evening and move slowly northeastwards over the Netherlands, 1006, by early Wednesday. A second centre may develop to the west of Norway by midday Wednesday before both gradually moving away east on Wednesday night and Thursday. Occasional strong winds all areas except Fair Isle Monday evening. These easing in English Channel from Tuesday afternoon. Strong winds spreading to Fair Isle late Wednesday with near gale or gale force winds possible North Sea areas Thursday. Areas of sea fog likely north North Sea areas Monday evening and Tuesday then in southern North Sea and English Channel Tuesday night and Wednesday with the risk in all areas Thursday

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  3. Portpatrick

    An area of low pressure will remain over northwest Europe throughout this period with a low pressure system also remaining slow moving in the Atlantic to the west of Fitzroy. At the same time high pressure will extend from the Norwegian Sea over Iceland and south to the Azores. The low pressure over the continent will be centred over northeast France, 1001, on Monday evening and then move slowly northeastwards over the Netherlands, 1006, by early on Wednesday. A second centre may develop to the west of Norway by midday Wednesday before both gradually moving away east on Wednesday night and Thursday. A further low centre will move west to the north of Iceland Tuesday night clearing away northeast on Wednesday afternoon. Strong winds developing Lundy, Fastnet by Tuesday afternoon easing early Wednesday. Strong winds Wednesday morning in Southeast Iceland easing Wednesday night. Areas of sea fog expected Fair Isle, Faeroes and Southeast Iceland at times throughout

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Last Updated at 23:39 UTC on Saturday 28 May