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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 28 Dec to 1800 UTC Wed 31 Dec Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 262300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Large area of high pressure slow-moving to southwest of England to early Tuesday, around 1040, with associated ridge extending north to Norwegian Sea, south to Fitzroy and east to Poland. Meanwhile, low expected Denmark 1014, moving south, losing its identity by same time. Through Tuesday and Wednesday, High centre transfers steadily east over France with little change. Throughout period, complex low pressure trough is expected to be from Iceland to mid-Atlantic, new low centre developing northeast of Iceland 984 late Wednesday. East of 6 west, occasional strong winds late Sunday and early Monday in Thames, Dover, Wight and Biscay, moderating later Monday but further strong winds developing west of 3 west during Tuesday and in other areas Wednesday, with risk gales Wednesday in Plymouth, Lundy and Irish Sea. West of 6 west, strong winds Sole and Shannon at first, extending to other areas by late Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, strong winds or gales all areas, severe gales for a time Shannon

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  2. Cullercoats

    Large area of high pressure is expected to be slow moving to southwest of England late Sunday to early Tuesday, pressure around 1040, with associated ridge extending north to Norwegian Sea, south to Fitzroy and east to Poland. Meanwhile, low expected Denmark 1014, moving south, losing its identity by same time. Through Tuesday and Wednesday, High centre transfers steadily east over France with little change. Throughout period, complex low pressure trough is expected to be from Iceland to mid- Atlantic, new low centre developing northeast of Iceland 984 late Wednesday. Viking, Fair Isle, strong winds through much of period with risk gales Tuesday, Wednesday, perhaps severe gales Fair Isle Wednesday. Other areas, occasional strong winds all areas late Sunday and Monday, risk gales at first in Fisher and German Bight. Thereafter, winds moderating for a time all areas late Monday and early Tuesday but further strong winds developing later Tuesday through Wednesday, with risk gales Wednesday north of around 54 north

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  3. Portpatrick

    Large area of high pressure is expected to be slow moving to southwest of England late Sunday to early Tuesday, pressure around 1040, with associated ridge extending north to Norwegian Sea, south to Fitzroy and east to Poland. Meanwhile, low expected Denmark 1014, moving south, losing its identity by same time. Through Tuesday and Wednesday, High centre transfers steadily east over France with little change. Throughout period, complex low pressure trough is expected to be from Iceland to mid- Atlantic, new low centre developing northeast of Iceland 984 late Wednesday. Strong winds in Shannon, Rockall, Bailey, Fair Isle, Faeroes and Southeast Iceland at first, extending to all areas except Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea by midday Monday. Thereafter, strong winds or gales also developing in those areas with risk severe gales at times Tuesday and Wednesday in Shannon, Rockall, Hebrides, Bailey, Fair Isle, Faeroes

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Last Updated at 22:38 UTC on Friday 26 December