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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 Wed 22 Apr to 1800 UTC Sat 25 Apr Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 202300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Niton High pressure will influence the weather across the UK and surrounding waters at the start of the period with the centre of the high, 1030, centred over the United Kingdom on Wednesday evening. The centre of the high begins to decline southeastwards to Germany during Thursday. Pressure will remain relatively low near Iceland for much of the period. By Friday lows will be centred just east of Iceland 983 and just west of Fitzroy 998. On Wednesday night strong easterly winds will affect English Channel waters at first, before decreasing by Thursday morning. At the same time strong southerly winds are expected to develop across Fitzroy for a time on Thursday. On Friday the relatively quiet conditions will continue with strong winds possible across more western waters of Niton. On Saturday these strong winds may become rather more widespread but gales are not expected

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  2. Cullercoats

    High pressure will influence the weather across the UK and surrounding waters at the start of the period with the centre of the high, 1030, centred over the United Kingdom on Wednesday evening. The centre of the high begins to decline southeastwards to Germany during Thursday. Pressure will remain relatively low near Iceland for much of the period. By Friday lows will be centred just east of Iceland 983 and just west of Fitzroy 998. During Saturday a complex tough will move southeastwards across the United Kingdom. On Wednesday night and through until Thursday afternoon strong northwesterly winds will affect some far northern and northeastern waters of Cullercoats. On Friday strong southerly winds will affect northern waters, with a risk of afternoon and evening gales across Viking and North Utsire. On Saturday strong winds will affect most waters for a time, but no gales are expected

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  3. Portpatrick

    Portpatrick High pressure will influence the weather across the UK and surrounding waters at the start of the period with the centre of the high, 1030, centred over the United Kingdom on Wednesday evening. The centre of the high begins to decline southeastwards to Germany during Thursday. Pressure will remain relatively low near Iceland for much of the period. By Friday lows will be centred just east of Iceland 983 and just west of Fitzroy 998. On Wednesday night westerly gales may affect Southeast Iceland at first before quickly decreasing to strong by midnight. On Thursday generally quiet conditions will cover most waters of Portpatrick, but strong winds may develop in the evening across far northern waters. On Friday northerly gales or severe gales are expected to develop across Southeast Iceland and possibly extend to Bailey and Faeroes during the evening. Winds then decreasing overnight. On Saturday afternoon northwesterly gales might develop across Bailey and Southeast Iceland

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Last Updated at 23:38 UTC on Monday 20 April