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Cullercoats
Saturday evening high pressure is centred Bay of Biscay with ridge extending across UK and North Sea. A frontal trough associated with low pressure south of Iceland moves east overnight lying Iceland to Faeroes to Ireland Sunday morning and Norwegian Sea to Denmark Sunday night. High pressure extends north from Azores behind trough moving east Sunday and lying across Cullercoats area by midday Monday. A series of low centres move northeast across Iceland Monday and Tuesday with high pressure toppling south-eastwards. By midday Tuesday a deep low pressure, 972, lies over Iceland with high pressure from Azores to eastern Europe influencing southern Cullercoats sea areas. Occasional strong winds North Sea areas Saturday evening moderating overnight. Strong winds Fair Isle Sunday morning spreading to all areas Sunday afternoon with risk of gales Sunday night moderating Monday afternoon except Fair Isle. Strong to gale force winds Fair Isle Monday night and Tuesday spreading to Viking and North Utsire Tuesday morning
Niton
On Saturday evening an area of high pressure will extend from the Azores across the Niton area. On Sunday morning a frontal trough associated with low pressure to the north of Iceland will move east across northern Niton areas and the English Channel then clear away to the east by Sunday night with high pressure building in behind. High pressure will continue to influence much of the Niton area through the remainder of the forecast period. A series of low pressure centres will move northeast across Iceland through Monday and Tuesday giving a tight pressure gradient across northwestern Niton areas at times. Occasional strong winds developing on Saturday night in Fitzroy, Sole, Fastnet and Shannon spreading east to Irish Sea and English Channel areas on Sunday morning. Winds moderating on Monday morning. Strong winds returning to Sole and Shannon on Monday night
Portpatrick
On Saturday evening high pressure will be located in Biscay with ridge extending across UK. A frontal trough associated with low pressure south of Iceland will move east overnight, lying Iceland to Faeroes to Ireland Sunday morning, and Norwegian Sea to Denmark Sunday night. High pressure will then extend north from Azores to lie across Portpatrick area by midnight. A series of low centres will move northeast across Iceland Monday and Tuesday and influence northern Portpatrick, with high pressure toppling southeastwards over southern Portpatrick. Midday Tuesday deep low pressure, 972, will lie over Iceland, with high pressure from Azores to eastern Europe. Strong winds north of 58 North Saturday evening spreading to all areas overnight with risk gales Fair Isle, Faeroes, Southeast Iceland. Winds moderating briefly Sunday afternoon and evening. Strong winds or gales will spread eastwards Sunday night north of 54 North moving slowly southeastwards into Shannon Monday night. Risk of severe gales north of 58N Tuesday morning

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