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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 21 Sep to 1800 UTC Wed 24 Sep Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 192300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Through Sunday evening and Monday an area of high pressure will lie across the UK, although with the centre slipping slowly southwards. Low pressure centres will lie near Iceland, in the Baltic Sea and over Iberia. The ridge axis will continue to decline southwards on Tuesday and Wednesday with a mobile westerly flow developing over the UK. A deep area of low pressure will continue to be centred near Iceland. On Sunday evening and at first on Monday strong northeasterly winds are possible in Thames and the Dover Strait. Strong northeasterly winds will also develop in Biscay and Fitzroy on Sunday evening and Monday, and persist through Tuesday and Wednesday, although moderating later in Biscay on Wednesday. Strong southwesterly winds will form in Shannon later on Tuesday, and extend to Irish Sea and Fastnet on Wednesday

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  2. Cullercoats

    Through Sunday evening and Monday an area of high pressure will lie across the UK, although with the centre slipping slowly southwards. Low pressure centres will lie near Iceland, in the Baltic Sea and over Iberia. The ridge axis will continue to decline southwards on Tuesday and Wednesday with a mobile westerly flow developing over the UK. A deep area of low pressure will continue to be centred near Iceland. On Sunday evening and at first on Monday northerly winds will be strong in North Sea areas, except Fair Isle, Cromarty, Forth and Tyne, but occasionally gale in South Utsire, Fisher and German Bight. Strong northeasterly winds are possible at first in Thames and the Dover Strait. Winds moderating slowly through Monday, but strong southwesterly wind developing later in Fair Isle. Southwesterly winds will become strong at times in the North Sea on Tuesday and Wednesday, perhaps gales in Fair Isle during Wednesday evening, although remaining moderate in Thames, Dover and Wight

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  3. Portpatrick

    Through Sunday evening and Monday an area of high pressure will lie across the UK, although with the centre slipping slowly southwards. Low pressure centres will lie near Iceland, in the Baltic Sea and over Iberia. The ridge axis will continue to decline southwards on Tuesday and Wednesday with a mobile westerly flow developing over the UK. A deep area of low pressure will continue to be centred near Iceland. On Sunday evening and Monday southerly or southwesterly winds will be strong in Atlantic sea areas north of Shannon, perhaps gale for a time in north Rockall, Bailey, Faeroes and Southeast Iceland. Strong southwesterly winds will persist through Tuesday and Wednesday, extending to Shannon, Irish Sea and Fastnet later on Wednesday. Westerly gales are expected later on Wednesday in Rockall, Hebrides, Bailey, and possibly Fair Isle, Faeroes and Southeast Iceland by evening

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Last Updated at 23:37 UTC on Friday 19 September