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Mapping images supplied by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA).

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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Tue 18 Jun to 1800 UTC Fri 21 Jun Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 162300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Niton On Tuesday evening, a complex slow-moving low pressure area will be centred northwest of Scotland in Sea Area Faeroes, with low pressure centres in Bailey, 1001, and Fitzroy, 1006. Meanwhile, high pressure centred over the Baltic Sea, 1020, will extend a ridge across the southern North Sea and southern Britain. The ridge will decline and move eastwards on Wednesday as the low pressure in Fitzroy deepens and moves north-eastwards into the southern North Sea, 1006, by dawn on Wednesday. This low will drift quickly north-eastwards reaching Norway my midnight. Pressure will remain low to the west of Scotland on Wednesday and Thursday, with the Azores high extending a weak ridge to southern Britain, low pressure to the north resulting in a broadly westerly flow across the region. Occasional strong winds may develop in western Fitzroy on Friday afternoon. No other strong winds expected otherwise

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Tuesday evening, a complex slow-moving low pressure area will be centred northwest of Scotland in Sea Area Faeroes, with low pressure centres in Bailey, 1001, and Fitzroy, 1006. Meanwhile, high pressure centred over the Baltic Sea, 1020, will extend a ridge across the southern North Sea and southern Britain. The ridge will decline and move eastwards on Wednesday as the low pressure in Fitzroy deepens and moves north-eastwards into the southern North Sea, 1006, by dawn on Wednesday. This low will drift quickly north-eastwards reaching Norway my midnight. Pressure will remain low to the west of Scotland on Wednesday and Thursday, with the Azores high extending a weak ridge to southern Britain, low pressure to the north resulting in a broadly westerly flow across the region. Winds will be occasionally strong in the North Sea, particularly near the low centre on Wednesday and Thursday as it moves north-eastwards towards Norway

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Tuesday evening, a complex slow-moving low pressure area will be centred northwest of Scotland in Sea Area Faeroes, with low pressure centres in Bailey, 1001, and Fitzroy, 1006. Meanwhile, high pressure centred over the Baltic Sea, 1020, will extend a ridge across the southern North Sea and southern Britain. The ridge will decline and move eastwards on Wednesday as the low pressure in Fitzroy deepens and moves north-eastwards into the southern North Sea, 1006, by dawn on Wednesday. This low will drift quickly north-eastwards reaching Norway my midnight. Pressure will remain low to the west of Scotland on Wednesday and Thursday, with the Azores high extending a weak ridge to southern Britain, low pressure to the north resulting in a broadly westerly flow across the region. Winds may be occasionally strong near low pressure centres in the north on Tuesday, then tending to moderate by Wednesday morning, perhaps becoming strong again in west Fitzroy on Friday.

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Last Updated at 01:52 UTC on Monday 17 June