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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sat 30 Jul to 1800 UTC Tue 02 Aug Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 282300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Saturday evening, pressure remains high across much of Niton, with the Azores high lying to the west of the area and ridging north towards Iceland. A slack high pressure remains across continental Europe, although the Iberian low pressure will persist throughout. A broad low pressure will also persist across Scandinavia. Very little change is expected during Sunday and Monday, although developing Atlantic low pressure systems moving east, to the west of Shannon will lead to the ridge of high pressure slowly sinking into continental Europe, and a separate high pressure system developing to the northwest of the UK. Little change expected Tuesday, although Atlantic low pressure systems moving northeast could affect the northwest of Niton, although confidence is currently low in the track, timing and development of these features. No gales are expected, although strong winds are possible on Monday and Tuesday, across Shannon, Sole and northwest Fitzroy

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Saturday evening, a broad low is centred 999 in the Norwegian Sea, and extends across Scandinavia, and most of Cullercoats. High pressure remains centred across the Azores and also across Greenland, with a ridge extending between this, to the west of the UK. A slack high pressure persists across continental Europe. During Sunday the low across Scandinavia sinks south to be centred 1002 northeast Viking, whilst high pressure becomes centred 1019 between Iceland and the UK. Monday and Tuesday will remain similar, although Atlantic low pressure systems will move east, with a low pressure system lying between to the northwest of the UK by Tuesday evening. However there is low confidence in the track, timing and development of these features. Low pressure across Scandinavia will persist, but gradually filling. Strong winds are likely across northern parts of Cullercoats during Sunday and Monday, and across Fair Isle on Tuesday evening, but no gales are expected

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Saturday evening, a broad low is centred 999 in the Norwegian Sea, and extends across Scandinavia. High pressure remains centred across the Azores and also Greenland, with a ridge extending to the west of the UK. During Sunday the low across Scandinavia sinks south to be centred 1002 to the east of Fair Isle, whilst high pressure becomes centred 1019 to the west of Bailey. Monday and Tuesday will remain similar, except Atlantic low pressure systems moving in from the west. A low pressure system moving northeast will then lie to the west of Rockall and Shannon by Tuesday evening. However there is low confidence in the track, timing and development of these systems. The low pressure across Scandinavia will persist, but gradually filling. Strong winds are likely across South East Iceland Saturday evening and Sunday, extending into Faeroes and Fair Isle on Monday. Strong winds are also likely on Tuesday across west Rockall and southwest Bailey

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Last Updated at 23:38 UTC on Thursday 28 July