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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 01 Mar to 1800 UTC Wed 04 Mar Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 272300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Low, around 963, and initially centred near 66 north 2 east, is expected to move northwards as a filling feature through the period. Complex secondary low, initially located southwest of Iceland, is expected to move east to be centred near Faeroes, by midday Tuesday, around 982. This system is then expected to move eastwards into western Norway and filling, into Wednesday. Developing high over Fitzroy by Wednesday, around 1040, with a ridge extending northwards towards SE Iceland. Strong winds are expected to affect much of the Niton area at first, with gales likely to develop for a time during Monday and Tuesday, over sea areas north of around 48 north. Over the more southern parts of Biscay and Fitzroy, winds are expected to moderate on Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday, strong winds are likely to develop over Biscay, and south Fitzroy, but elsewhere winds are expected to moderate

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  2. Cullercoats

    Low, around 963, and initially centred near 66 north 2 east, is expected to move northwards as a filling feature through the period. Complex secondary low, initially located southwest of Iceland, is expected to move east to be centred near Faeroes, by midday Tuesday, around 982. This system is then expected to move eastwards into western Norway and filling, into Wednesday. Developing high over Fitzroy by Wednesday, around 1040, with a ridge extending northwards towards SE Iceland. Strong winds are expected to affect much of the Cullercoats area throughout the period, with local gales likely to develop at times, more especially over the North Sea areas on Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday, as the ridge builds to the west of the UK, northwesterly winds are likely to strengthen for a time, bringing the threat of more widespread gales over North Sea areas

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  3. Portpatrick

    Low, around 963, and initially centred near 66 north 2 east, is expected to move northwards as a filling feature through the period. A complex secondary low, is initially expected to be located to the southwest of Iceland, moving east to be centred near the Faeroes by midday Tuesday, around 982. This system is then expected to move eastwards into western Norway and fill during Wednesday. A developing area of high pressure is expected over Fitzroy by Wednesday, with centre around 1040, and a ridge extending northwards towards SE Iceland. Strong winds are expected to affect much of the Portpatrick area, with gales likely to develop for a time during Monday and Tuesday, more especially in the west of the area, and perhaps locally severe gale force. Winds are then expected to moderate from the west through the day on Wednesday

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Last Updated at 22:36 UTC on Friday 27 February