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Cullercoats

On Friday evening, anticyclone centred 1033 Norway extends south and east across the UK and dominates conditions across Cullercoats. Low pressure is centred 992 west of Iceland, with the Azores high also weakly ridging northeast towards the UK. Through Saturday, pressure builds west of Ireland, with new anticyclone centre developing 1025 in the Atlantic. Low near Iceland, meanders south and east, becoming centred 1007 to the southwest of Iceland by midnight on Sunday. At the same time a ridge extends from anticyclone centre across Scandinavia, southwest across the UK, to weakening anticyclone north of the Azores. Through Monday, Icelandic low moves east, to the northwest of the UK, whilst filling, whilst high pressure persists across Cullercoats, becoming centred in the Baltic Sea. No hazardous winds are forecast through the period, although areas of sea fog are possible across north Cullercoats at times throughout


Niton

On Friday evening, anticyclone centred 1033 Norway extends south and east across the UK and dominates conditions across much of Niton. Low pressure is centred 992 west of Iceland, with the Azores high also weakly ridging northeast towards the UK. Through Saturday, pressure builds west of Ireland, with new anticyclone centre developing 1025 in the Atlantic. Low near Iceland, meanders south and east, becoming centred 1007 to the southwest of Iceland by midnight on Sunday, with further shallow low centres developing near the Azores and across Iberia. At the same time a ridge extends from anticyclone centre across Scandinavia, southwest across the UK, to weakening anticyclone north of the Azores. Through Monday, Icelandic low moves east, to the northwest of the UK, with little change across Niton. No hazardous winds are anticipated, but could become strong at times across south Fitrzoy and through the English Channel


Portpatrick

On Friday evening, anticyclone centred 1033 Norway extends south and east across the UK and dominates conditions across much of Portpatrick. Low pressure is centred 992 west of Iceland, with the Azores high also weakly ridging northeast towards the UK. Through Saturday, pressure builds west of Ireland, with new anticyclone centre developing 1025 in the Atlantic. Low near Iceland, meanders south and east, becoming centred 1007 west of Bailey by midnight Sunday. At the same time a ridge extends from anticyclone centre across Scandinavia, southwest across the UK, to weakening anticyclone north of the Azores. A further ridge extends north towards south east Iceland. Through Monday, Icelandic low moves east, to become centred north Bailey by the evening, whilst high pressure continues to dominate to the east. Hazardous winds are not expected through the period, but could become strong, with a chance of near gales, across west Bailey and Rockall, as low centre moves east on Monday