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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Fri 19 Jan to 1800 UTC Mon 22 Jan Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 172300 UTC

  1. Niton

    During Friday evening an area of low pressure 990 will lie near Shetland, and extend an associated trough across Scotland and the North Sea during Saturday. A ridge of high pressure will slowly build across the British Isles later Saturday with low pressure migrating to Denmark and filling. During Sunday a deep low pressure area 967 will develop near Iceland with an active trough crossing Ireland, then Britain. This trough will move into the North Sea on Monday with pressure rising from the west. Winds will be strong at times in all sea areas on Friday evening and Saturday, with possible gales for a time in North Fitzroy, Sole and Shannon. Winds will moderate in the English Channel, Lundy and Irish Sea later. Occasionally strong winds will return on Sunday with occasional gales possible in Atlantic sea areas. Winds will tend to moderate through Monday

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  2. Cullercoats

    During Friday evening an area of low pressure 990 will lie near Shetland, and extend an associated trough across Scotland and the North Sea during Saturday. A ridge of high pressure will slowly build across the British Isles later Saturday with low pressure migrating to Denmark and filling. During Sunday a deep low pressure area 967 will develop near Iceland with an active trough crossing Ireland, then Britain. This trough will move into the North Sea on Monday with pressure rising from the west. On Friday evening and Saturday winds will be strong at times in all sea areas, then moderate in the west later as a transitory ridge of high pressure arrives from the west. Strong southerly winds will develop widely on Sunday with occasional gales in the north. Winds will continue strong at times through Monday with possible gales in the north

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  3. Portpatrick

    During Friday evening an area of low pressure 990 will lie near Shetland, and extend an associated trough across Scotland and the North Sea during Saturday. A ridge of high pressure will slowly build across the British Isles later Saturday with low pressure migrating to Denmark and filling. During Sunday a deep low pressure area 967 will develop near Iceland with an active trough crossing Ireland, then Britain. This trough will move into the North Sea on Monday with pressure rising from the west. During Friday evening and at first on Saturday winds will be strong, with gales at first in Rockall and Malin, and perhaps Shannon for a time. Winds will tend to moderate, before strong winds return to western sea areas, with gales in Rockall and Bailey. Strong winds, with occasional gales are forecast on Sunday, then moderating to occasionally strong on Monday

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Last Updated at 22:49 UTC on Wednesday 17 January