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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

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

  1. Niton

    Thursday evening, large area of high pressure centred due west of Shannon 1038 covers much of the UK, with low pressure 998 over Scandinavia quickly moving east, and slack pressure across the Continent. By midday Friday, the high moves slowly east, continuing influence across all regions, with low pressure north of Iceland and the Scandinavian Low moving into Russia. By midday Saturday the high is likely to have extended west-east across the southern half of the UK, with central pressure 1034 Shannon, and weak low pressure over the Iberia. Meanwhile, developing vigorous low pressure areas look likely way to the north of the UK. By midday Sunday, the high is likely to retrogress westwards again, leaving broad low pressure across Scandinavia, slack pressure across the continent, and a weak low over Iberia. For Niton, no gales are currently expected through the period, though some strong winds may develop through the English Channel westwards into Sole and Fitzroy during Friday day

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  2. Cullercoats

    Thursday evening, large area of high pressure centred due west of Shannon 1038 covers much of the UK, with low pressure 998 over Scandinavia quickly moving east, and slack pressure across the Continent. By midday Friday, the high moves slowly east, continuing influence across all regions, with low pressure north of Iceland and the Scandinavian Low moving into Russia. By midday Saturday the high is likely to have extended west-east across the southern half of the UK, with central pressure 1034 Shannon. Meanwhile developing vigorous low pressure areas look likely to the north across the Norwegian Sea. By midday Sunday, the high is likely to retrogress westwards again, leaving broad low pressure across Scandinavia and slack pressure across the continent. For Cullercoats, near gale is likely through North and South Utsire, Forties and Fisher Thursday night, easing Friday. Gales return to northern sea areas Friday night into Saturday, and perhaps lasting through Sunday with the proximity to the low pressure

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  3. Portpatrick

    Thursday evening, large area of high pressure centred due west of Shannon 1038 covers much of the UK, with low pressure 998 over Scandinavia quickly moving east, and slack pressure across the Continent. By midday Friday, the high moves slowly east, continuing influence across all regions, with low pressure north of Iceland and the Scandinavian Low moving into Russia. By midday Saturday the high is likely to have extended west-east across the southern half of the UK, with central pressure 1034 Shannon. Meanwhile developing vigorous low pressure areas look likely to the north across the Norwegian Sea. By midday Sunday, the high is likely to retrogress westwards again, leaving broad low pressure across Scandinavia and slack pressure across the continent. For Portpatrick, gales likely to develop across South East Iceland, Bailey and Faeroes Friday night into Saturday, spreading to Hebrides and Fair Isle. Gales should slowly ease during Sunday, especially across South East Iceland, Bailey and Hebrides

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Last Updated at 13:15 UTC on Wednesday 26 September