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  • dark blue Niton
  • purple Cullercoats
  • dark green Portpatrick

Extended Outlooks 1800 UTC Sun 24 Nov to 1800 UTC Wed 27 Nov Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 222300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Sunday evening low 981 expected centred to the west of sea area Shannon, maintaining a cyclonic flow across the Niton forecast area. This then expected to drift slowly northeast and fill on Monday, with a weak ridge moving east through the west of the area, but with a further low expected to develop to the west of sea area Shannon. Some uncertainties thereafter, but the low then likely to deepen and move into the Southwest Approaches through Tuesday, re-establishing a cyclonic flow across much of the Niton area. The low then forecast to move into the southern North Sea by Wednesday evening, with a ridge following to the west. Gales expected to spread east into Fitzroy and Sole Sunday evening, transferring east and moderating on Monday morning. Further gales expected in Fitzroy Monday night, then spreading northeast, with a risk of severe gales in Biscay and Fitzroy Tuesday night. Gales likely to moderate from the west on Wednesday

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Sunday evening low 981 is expected to be centred just to the west of sea area Shannon, with a ridge of high pressure extending west across southern Scandinavia. The ridge is then expected to decline on Monday as the low fills and drifts slowly northeast, but with a further low expected to develop to the west of sea area Shannon. Some uncertainties thereafter, but the low is then likely to deepen and move into the Southwest Approaches through Tuesday, bringing a cyclonic flow across all of the Cullercoats area, and with the low likely to move into the southern North Sea by Wednesday evening. Near gales perhaps gales in the northeast of Cullercoats on Sunday evening will slowly moderate on Monday morning. Further near gales or gales may develop in sea area Fair Isle on Tuesday evening and perhaps persist through Wednesday

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Sunday evening low 981 expected to be centred to the west of sea area Shannon, maintaining a cyclonic flow across the Portpatrick forecast area. The low then expected to fill and drift slowly northeast during Monday, but with a further low expected to develop to the west of sea area Shannon by midnight Tuesday. Some uncertainties thereafter, but the low then likely to deepen and move into the Southwest Approaches through Tuesday, maintaining the cyclonic flow across much of the forecast area. Wednesday is then likely to see a ridge of high pressure build in the far northwest of Portpatrick as the low moves into the southern North Sea. Gales in Southeast Iceland on Sunday evening persisting through Monday then weakening later Tuesday. Gales possible in southern areas of Portpatrick on Monday and Tuesday, and in Fair Isle on Monday. Gales likely in Hebrides, Bailey, Fair Isle, and Faeroes by late Tuesday, easing from the west during Wednesday

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Last Updated at 22:21 UTC on Friday 22 November