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Cullercoats

Sunday evening an area of high pressure lies in the Norwegian Sea, with a slack area of low pressure over the UK and another area of high pressure extending into the Iberian Peninsula. During Monday the highs to the north and the south become slow moving, with the area of low pressure across the UK broadening to include much of the British Isles. Through Tuesday the high to the north moves northwards, with the low over the UK filling. A further Atlantic low approaches from the west, to lie west of Shannon 995 by the end of the day. The high to the south declines southwestward. On Wednesday a deepening low approaches from the southwest, reaching the southwest approaches by the end of the day. The slack area of low pressure over the UK will move over Scandinavia. No gales are expected across the Cullercoats regions throughout the period


Niton

Sunday evening an area of high pressure lies in the Norwegian Sea, with a slack area of low pressure over the UK and another area of high pressure extending into the Iberian Peninsula. During Monday the highs to the north and the south become slow moving, with the area of low pressure across the UK broadening to include much of the British Isles. Through Tuesday the high to the north moves northwards, with the low over the UK filling. A further Atlantic low approaches from the west, to lie west of Shannon 995 by the end of the day. The high to the south declines southwestward. On Wednesday a deepening low approaches from the southwest, reaching the southwest approaches by the end of the day. The slack area of low pressure over the UK will move over Scandinavia. Gales, perhaps severe, are possible FitzRoy, Sole, Fastnet and Shannon later on Wednesday


Portpatrick

Sunday evening an area of high pressure lies in the Norwegian Sea, with a slack area of low pressure over the UK and another area of high pressure extending into the Iberian Peninsula. During Monday the highs to the north and the south become slow moving, with the area of low pressure across the UK broadening to include much of the British Isles. Through Tuesday the high to the north moves northwards, with the low over the UK filling. A further Atlantic low approaches from the west, to lie west of Shannon 995 by the end of the day. The high to the south declines southwestward. On Wednesday a deepening low approaches from the southwest, reaching the southwest approaches by the end of the day. The slack area of low pressure over the UK will move over Scandinavia. Gales, perhaps severe, are possible Fastnet and Shannon later on Wednesday