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Mapping images supplied by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA).

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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Thu 06 Aug to 1800 UTC Sun 09 Aug Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 042300 UTC

  1. Niton

    High 1026 is expected to be centred over the Baltic on Thursday evening, with low 989 Denmark Strait, and a ridge of high pressure extending northeast into sea area Fitzroy. The low over the Denmark Strait is expected to remain slow moving and fill on Friday, but with a further shallow low developing northwest France, and extending into southern parts of the UK, and with high pressure persisting to the northeast and southwest of the British Isles. High pressure likely to be maintained from Scandinavia to the Azores on Saturday, with a shallow low persisting over northern France and extending northeast over the southern UK, with currently little significant change anticipated for Sunday. No gales are expected in the Niton forecast area during this period, but there is the possibility of winds strengthening in the south of sea area Fitzroy on Sunday

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  2. Cullercoats

    High 1026 is expected to be centred over the Baltic on Thursday evening, with low 989 Denmark Strait, and a ridge of high pressure extending northeast into sea area Fitzroy. The low over the Denmark Strait is expected to remain slow moving and fill on Friday, but with a further shallow low developing northwest France, and extending into southern parts of the UK, and with high pressure persisting to the northeast and southwest of the British Isles. High pressure likely to be maintained from Scandinavia to the Azores on Saturday, with a shallow low persisting over northern France and extending northeast over the southern UK, with currently little significant change anticipated for Sunday. No gales are expected in the Cullercoats area during this forecast period, but winds may become strong for a time over sea area Fair Isle on Saturday morning

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  3. Portpatrick

    High 1026 is expected to be centred over the Baltic on Thursday evening, with low 989 Denmark Strait, and a ridge of high pressure extending northeast into sea area Fitzroy. The low over the Denmark Strait is expected to remain slow moving and fill on Friday, but with a further shallow low developing northwest France, and extending into southern parts of the UK, and with high pressure persisting to the northeast and southwest of the British Isles. High pressure likely to be maintained from Scandinavia to the Azores on Saturday, with a shallow low persisting over northern France and extending northeast over the southern UK, with currently little significant change anticipated for Sunday. No gales are expected in the Portpatrick forecast area during this period, but winds may be strong at times in the east and northeast on Thursday evening and early on Friday, and again in the far northeast on Saturday morning

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Last Updated at 15:21 UTC on Wednesday 5 August