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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 13 Jul to 1800 UTC Wed 16 Jul Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 112300 UTC

  1. Niton

    A ridge of high pressure will cover much of the Niton area through the forecast period. However, a frontal trough is expected to move east through Shannon and Fastnet through the day on Monday, clearing Lundy and Irish Sea early on Tuesday. Low pressure is expected over southern Iberia for much of the period, and may drift north into northern Spain during Wednesday. A ridge of high pressure over the British Isles on Sunday evening is expected to move east into the North Sea by midnight Tuesday and then decline, as a shallow low moves east into the northern North Sea and fills during Tuesday. High pressure is then expected to become re-established over England, Wales, and the near continent by midday Wednesday. Winds may become strong for a time in Shannon on Monday morning, otherwise they are expected to remain below strong limits during the forecast period

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  2. Cullercoats

    Low 999 centred over Denmark early in the forecast period will remain slow moving until midday Monday before drifting northeast to be centred over southern Sweden by midday Tuesday. A ridge of high pressure over the British Isles on Sunday evening is expected to move east into the North Sea by Tuesday and then decline, as a shallow low moves east into the northern North Sea and fills during Tuesday. A further area of high pressure is then likely to develop by midday Wednesday, extending north through the west of the Cullercoats area. Low 1001 centred just to the southwest of Southeast Iceland on Sunday evening will move north to be over Iceland by Monday morning, then expected to move west and be lying to the west of Iceland by Early Tuesday. No strong winds are expected in the Cullercoats area through this forecast period

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  3. Portpatrick

    Low 999 centred over Denmark early in the forecast period will remain slow moving until midday Monday before drifting northeast to be centred over southern Sweden by midday Tuesday. A ridge of high pressure over the British Isles on Sunday evening is expected to move east into the North Sea by midnight Tuesday and then decline, ahead of a shallow low moving northeast through Rockall, Malin, and Hebrides during Monday. A further area of high pressure is then likely to develop by midday Wednesday, extending across England and Wales and north into the Norwegian Basin. Low 1001 centred just to the southwest of Southeast Iceland on Sunday evening will move north to be over Iceland by Monday morning, then expected to move west and be lying to the west of Iceland by early Tuesday. Winds may become strong for a time in Shannon on Monday morning, and perhaps in Southeast Iceland on Tuesday evening

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Last Updated at 23:39 UTC on Friday 11 July