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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 Mon 14 Jul to 1800 UTC Thu 17 Jul Issued by the Met Office, on behalf on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 122300 UTC

  1. Niton

    A ridge of high pressure extends east across central and southern parts of the Niton area on Monday evening, this is expected to persist through Tuesday, then decline later on Wednesday as low pressure over Iberia moves northeastwards, becoming situated over southern Biscay, around 1010 midday Thursday, then extending northwards into southern UK through the day. Meanwhile, Monday evening, a weak area of low pressure is expected to be centred to the west of Scotland, around 1001. This low pressure is expected to move northeastwards, becoming situated over Shetland by midday Tuesday, filling through the day. Also, on Tuesday evening a weak area of low pressure is expected to move northeastwards across Ireland, filling Wednesday. By Thursday evening, winds may become strong in the west of Shannon and the south of Biscay, otherwise winds are likely to remain below strong limits in the Niton area during this forecast period

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  2. Cullercoats

    Low pressure is forecast to persist over Norway throughout the period. Meanwhile, Monday evening, a weak area of low pressure is expected to be centred to the west of Scotland, around 1001. This low pressure is expected to move northeastwards, becoming situated over Shetland by midday Tuesday, filling through the day. Meanwhile, High pressure dominates over the continent to the south of Cullercoats throughout the period, with ridge conditions affecting southern parts throughout, amplifying across most of Cullercoats through Wednesday. Later on Thursday the northwest of Cullercoats may start to be influenced by an Atlantic low pressure system, moving towards the southwest of Iceland on Thursday. Also on Thursday, the south of Cullercoats may be affected by low pressure situated over southern Biscay, around 1010 midday Thursday, extending northwards into southern UK through the day. No strong winds are expected in the Cullercoats area through this forecast period

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  3. Portpatrick

    Monday evening, a weak area of low pressure is expected to be centred to the west of Scotland, around 1001. This low pressure is expected to move northeastwards, becoming situated over Shetland by midday Tuesday, filling through the day. Through Tuesday a ridge of high pressure extends across most of Portpatrick. By Tuesday evening a weak area of low pressure is expected to move northeastwards across Ireland, filling Wednesday. Through Thursday, low pressure over Iberia moves northeastwards, becoming situated over southern Biscay, around 1010 midday Thursday, then extending northwards into southern UK through the day. Later on Thursday Portpatrick may start to be influenced by an Atlantic low pressure system, moving towards the southwest of Iceland on Thursday. Occasional strong winds in Rockall on Monday evening will transfer northeast into Malin and Hebrides and weaken overnight. Winds may also become strong at times across Shannon, Rockall, Malin and Hebrides through Thursday

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Last Updated at 23:36 UTC on Saturday 12 July