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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 Sat 25 May to 1800 UTC Tue 28 May Issued by the Met Office, on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, at 232300 UTC

  1. Niton

    On Saturday evening, a weak ridge extends northeast across the UK and Niton from the Azores high, with a Atlantic low to the northwest of Niton and a broad, shallow low pressure region across Scandinavia. Into Sunday, Atlantic low extends eastwards into the North Sea, with new centre developing. A further low centre follows, gradually sinking south over the UK Monday, whilst a ridge builds northwards in the Atlantic. By midnight Monday a broad area of low pressure is expected north and east of Niton, with main centre across the UK, and other shallow centres across Scandinavia. Main centre continues gradually south Tuesday, then eastwards into continental Europe and filling. The Azores high persists throughout. Near gales, perhaps isolated gales expected Shannon early Monday, extending into other regions of northwest Niton by the evening. Gales most likely overnight into Tuesday, spreading south into Biscay, before gradually moderating. Non-hazardous winds expected in the east

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  2. Cullercoats

    On Saturday evening, a weak ridge will extend northeast across the UK, towards southern Cullercoats from the Azores high, whilst a shallow low will be centred across Scandinavia. Into Sunday Atlantic low northwest of the UK extends eastwards into the North Sea, with new centre developing across north Cullercoats by midnight. Further low centre follows, before gradually sinking southeastwards over the UK Monday, with a ridge building northwards towards Iceland in the Atlantic. By midnight Monday a broad area of low pressure is expected to extend across Cullercoats, with a centre across the UK, and other shallow centres across Scandinavia. The UK centre continues gradually south Tuesday, and then eastwards into continental Europe whilst filling, with a further low centre following into northern Cullercoats. Strong winds to near gales developing Fair Isle Monday, then gradually spreading into other northwest Cullercoats regions Tuesday. Otherwise, no hazardous winds are expected

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  3. Portpatrick

    On Saturday evening, low pressure centred west of Portpatrick extends trough east. A broad areas of low pressure will also be centred across Scandinavia, whilst a ridge from the Azores high will extend northeast, across the UK. Into Sunday, low west of Portpatrick extends eastwards into the North Sea, with new centre developing. A further low centre follows, gradually sinking south over the UK Monday, whilst a ridge builds northwards in the Atlantic. By midnight Monday a broad low pressure area is expected across much of Portpatrick, with centre across the UK, and other shallow centres across Scandinavia. The Atlantic ridge persists. The UK centre continues gradually southeastwards Tuesday, whilst filling. However a further low centre follows into northeastern Portpatrick. Near gales to gales expected west of 9W Saturday and Sunday, before extending across Portpatrick for a time Monday. These gradually moderating from the northwest during Tuesday, before further strong winds move into Faeroes later

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Last Updated at 01:52 UTC on Friday 24 May