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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Mon 27 Apr to 1800 UTC Thu 30 Apr Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 252300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Low 983 just north of the Faeroes on Monday evening is expected to move southwest during Tuesday to lie over the north of Rockall 1001 by Midday Wednesday evening and then fill early on Thursday. A ridge of high pressure over Fitzroy and Biscay on Tuesday will decline as an area of low pressure moves into Sole early on Wednesday. This low is expected to then move quickly northeast into the British Isles on Wednesday and then into the North Sea on Thursday. Occasional strong, mainly west or southwest winds are expected to affect areas north of 48 north on Monday evening and during Tuesday and Wednesday. Winds easing from the west during Thursday with strong winds becoming generally confined to the English Channel and southern North Sea by Thursday evening

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  2. Cullercoats

    Low 983 just north of the Faeroes on Monday evening is expected to move southwest during Tuesday to lie over the north of Rockall 1001 by Midday Wednesday evening and then fill early on Thursday. A ridge of high pressure over Fitzroy and Biscay on Tuesday will decline as an area of low pressure moves into Sole early on Wednesday. This low is expected to then move quickly northeast into the British Isles on Wednesday and then into the North Sea on Thursday. Occasional strong, mainly west to southwest winds are expected to affect most areas except northeastern parts of the North Sea on Monday evening and during Tuesday. Occasional strong, mainly west or southwest winds are also expected to affect southern parts of the North Sea and also the English Channel during Wednesday and Thursday

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  3. Portpatrick

    Low 983 just north of the Faeroes on Monday evening is expected to move southwest during Tuesday to lie over the north of Rockall 1001 by Midday Wednesday evening and then fill early on Thursday. A ridge of high pressure over Fitzroy and Biscay on Tuesday will decline as an area of low pressure moves into Sole early on Wednesday. This low is expected to then move quickly northeast into the British Isles on Wednesday and then into the North Sea on Thursday. Occasional strong, mainly west to northwest winds are expected to affect all areas on Monday evening and during Tuesday and Wednesday with gales likely for a time in Bailey, Faeroes and South-East Iceland on Monday evening and during Tuesday. Winds are expected to slowly ease in all areas during Thursday

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Last Updated at 23:35 UTC on Saturday 25 April