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Map of extended outlook areas

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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Tue 21 Feb to 1800 UTC Fri 24 Feb Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 192300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Tuesday evening a deep area of low pressure 970 will be located near Faeroes, and then move steadily eastwards through Wednesday to the Baltic. A rapidly develop low pressure in mid Atlantic at midday on Wednesday will become centred over the UK by midnight, and then quickly migrate into Europe. A ridge of high pressure will then build across western Britain and Ireland. The high pressure ridge will continue to build across Britain and Ireland through Friday with another low pressure centre in the northwest Atlantic. On Tuesday evening southwesterly winds will be strong at times with occasional gales in Shannon, then on Wednesday and Thursday occasional gales are possible in Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea, and Shannon, and the English Channel and Thames for a time. Winds will be occasionally strong elsewhere on Thursday, then tend to moderate on Friday except in South Fitzroy and Shannon

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Tuesday evening a deep area of low pressure 970 will be located near Faeroes, and then move steadily eastwards through Wednesday to the Baltic. A rapidly develop low pressure in mid Atlantic at midday on Wednesday will become centred over the UK by midnight, and then quickly migrate into Europe. A ridge of high pressure will then build across western Britain and Ireland. The high pressure ridge will continue to build across Britain and Ireland through Friday with another low pressure centre in the northwest Atlantic. During Tuesday evening strong southwesterly winds are expected with gales developing in the north, perhaps severe gales in Fair Isle. On Wednesday gales will develop more widely with occasional severe gales in the North Sea. Winds will tend to moderate Wednesday evening and Thursday morning, but becoming strong with possible gales in Dover and Wight, and also the southern North Sea on Thursday. Strong, occasionally gale, northwest winds will develop on Friday

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Tuesday evening a deep area of low pressure 970 will be located near Faeroes, and then move steadily eastwards through Wednesday to the Baltic. A rapidly develop low pressure in mid Atlantic at midday on Wednesday will become centred over the UK by midnight, and then quickly migrate into Europe. A ridge of high pressure will then build across western Britain and Ireland. The high pressure ridge will continue to build across Britain and Ireland through Friday with another low pressure centre in the northwest Atlantic. On Tuesday evening and Wednesday winds will be strong to gale in all sea areas with severe gale or possible storms in northern sea areas. Winds will tend to moderate in the north, but continue strong with possible gales in the south, and occasionally strong in Faeroes and Southeast Iceland. Strong winds are expected on Thursday and Friday with possible gales in Atlantic sea areas

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Last Updated at 22:47 UTC on Sunday 19 February