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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 29 May to 1800 UTC Fri 01 Jun Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 272300 UTC

  1. Niton

    Tuesday evening, a broad slow-moving continental low lies across western Europe, centred northern France 1011, with another weak low centred just west of Rockall and Shannon, associated with a main low south of Greenland 998. High pressure 1033 lies in the Norwegian Sea and the Azores High is established 1028. By midday Wednesday, the pattern remains similar, with a broad continental low roughly centred north France through to Biscay. High pressure remains to the north and west of this. By midday Thursday, again the pattern remains similar with the low now likely extending northwestward over the UK, whilst high pressure remains to the north and west of this. By Friday, the pattern remains slow-moving with slack low pressure likely extending across the UK, towards Fitzroy and across the Continent, whilst high pressure remains to the northeast and west of this. No strong winds are forecast across Niton through the period

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  2. Cullercoats

    Tuesday evening, a broad slow-moving continental low lies across western Europe, centred northern France 1011, with another weak low centred just west of Rockall and Shannon, associated with a main low south of Greenland 998. High pressure 1033 lies in the Norwegian Sea and the Azores High is established 1028. By midday Wednesday, the pattern remains similar, with a broad continental low roughly centred north France through to Biscay. High pressure remains to the north and west of this. By midday Thursday, again the pattern remains similar with the low now likely extending northwestward over the UK, whilst high pressure remains to the north and west of this. By Friday, the pattern remains slow-moving with slack low pressure likely extending across the UK, towards Fitzroy and across the Continent, whilst high pressure remains to the northeast and west of this. No strong winds are forecast across Cullercoats through the period, though fog patches may affect western areas through the period

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  3. Portpatrick

    Tuesday evening, a broad slow-moving continental low lies across western Europe, centred northern France 1011, with another weak low centred just west of Rockall and Shannon, associated with a main low south of Greenland 998. High pressure 1033 lies in the Norwegian Sea and the Azores High is established 1028. By midday Wednesday, the pattern remains similar, with a broad continental low roughly centred north France through to Biscay. High pressure remains to the north and west of this. By midday Thursday, again the pattern remains similar with the low now likely extending northwestward over the UK, whilst high pressure remains to the north and west of this. By Friday, the pattern remains slow-moving with slack low pressure likely extending across the UK, towards Fitzroy and across the Continent, whilst high pressure remains to the northeast and west of this. No strong winds are forecast across Portpatrick through the period

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Last Updated at 00:26 UTC on Monday 28 May