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Map of extended outlook areas

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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 24 Sep to 1800 UTC Wed 27 Sep Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 222300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Sunday evening a large area of high pressure to the east of Scandinavia extends a ridge across the North Sea. A slack area of low pressure lies across the UK, with an Atlantic low to the far west of Ireland. The Azores high extends a weak ridge across Iberia. Through Monday and Tuesday the high to the east stays slow moving, with the Atlantic low moving east then north, to lie southwest of Iceland late Monday. A further low moves east then north on Wednesday to lie southwest of Iceland by late Wednesday. Gales are forecast for Shannon on Monday and Tuesday, briefly easing on Tuesday morning. Gales are then forecast for western Fitzroy, Sole, Shannon and western Fastnet Wednesday. These easing in Shannon and Fitzroy later Wednesday, but persisting in Fastnet, eastern Sole. Gales then possible in Lundy later

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Sunday evening a large area of high pressure to the east of Scandinavia extends a ridge across the North Sea. A slack area of low pressure lies to the west of the UK and across central Europe with a slow moving weather front lying across the UK. On Monday, an Atlantic low moves east, bringing decreasing pressure to the west and north of the UK, moving away northwards by the evening. Through Tuesday, the high stays slow moving but strengthens the ridge across the North Sea. A further Atlantic low moves east bringing lower pressure to western UK waters on Tuesday and Wednesday, but the ridge remains across the North Sea through to the end of the period. No gales are forecast through the period, but strong winds are possible across eastern Fair Isle late on Sunday and across western Fair Isle through Wednesday

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Sunday evening a large area of high pressure to the east of Scandinavia extends a ridge across the North Sea. A slack area of low pressure lies across the UK, with an Atlantic low to the far west of Ireland. Through Monday and Tuesday the high to the east stays slow moving, with the Atlantic low moving east then north, to lie southwest of Iceland late Monday. A further low moves east then north on Wednesday to lie southwest of Iceland by late Wednesday. Gales are forecast for Shannon, Rockall and Bailey on Monday and Tuesday, briefly easing in Shannon on Tuesday morning. Gales are possible briefly in South East Iceland on Tuesday morning. Further gales are then forecast for Rockall, Malin and Bailey late on Tuesday, spreading to all areas except Fair Isle and Irish Sea by Wednesday morning. Gales easing in Rockall, Shannon and western Sole by Wednesday evening

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Last Updated at 23:43 UTC on Friday 22 September