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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 22 Sep to 1800 UTC Thu 25 Sep Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 202300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Through Monday evening and Tuesday a ridge of high pressure will lie across the south of the UK, but this will decline on Wednesday as a complex area of low pressure develops in a trough extending from Iceland into the North Sea. By midnight on Thursday the main low, 1001, is expected in sea area Fisher, moving away east into Denmark during Thursday. During Thursday a deep, developing low is expected to move northeast across Iceland into the Norwegian Sea with a ridge of high pressure developing across Fitzroy and Biscay. Occasional strong east to northeast winds are expected in the south of Biscay and the south of Fitzroy on Monday evening and Tuesday before easing during Wednesday. Occasional strong northwest winds are expected to develop for a time in Thames, Dover and Wight later on Wednesday before easing early on Thursday

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  2. Cullercoats

    Through Monday evening and Tuesday a ridge of high pressure will lie across the south of the UK, but this will decline on Wednesday as a complex area of low pressure develops in a trough extending from Iceland into the North Sea. By midnight on Thursday the main low, 1001, is expected in sea area Fisher, moving away east into Denmark during Thursday. During Thursday a deep, developing low is expected to move northeast across Iceland into the Norwegian Sea with a ridge of high pressure developing across Fitzroy and Biscay. No hazards are expected at first, but occasional strong, mainly northwest winds are expected to develop in most areas later on Wednesday and then ease from the north early on Thursday. Further strong southwest winds or gales are expected to develop in areas north of 58 north later on Thursday

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  3. Portpatrick

    Through Monday evening and Tuesday a ridge of high pressure will lie across the south of the UK, but this will decline on Wednesday as a complex area of low pressure develops in a trough extending from Iceland into the North Sea. By midnight on Thursday the main low, 1001, is expected in sea area Fisher, moving away east into Denmark during Thursday. During Thursday a deep, developing low is expected to move northeast across Iceland into the Norwegian Sea with a ridge of high pressure developing across Fitzroy and Biscay. Occasional strong, mainly west to southwest winds are expected in Rockall, Malin, Hebrides, Bailey, Faeroes and SE Iceland on Monday evening and during Tuesday, extending to Fair Isle during Wednesday. Winds easing for a time later on Wednesday, but further strong west to southwest winds developing in all areas except Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea and Shannon on Thursday with gales or severe gales likely at times north of 58 north

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Last Updated at 22:37 UTC on Saturday 20 September