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Cullercoats

During Sunday evening and Monday an area of high pressure 1029 will lie to the west of Ireland, with the ridge axis migrating southwards from north of Scotland at first, to Wales to Azores by Tuesday morning. Low pressure over France will move northeastwards, while a deepening low pressure area 980 develops near Iceland. During Tuesday and Wednesday the ridge of high pressure will remain across southern Britain, although slowly declining, while a complex low pressure area remains south of Iceland. Pressure will also be low east of Spain. During Sunday evening and Monday northerly winds will be occasionally strong in the North Sea, then later Monday winds will become strong southwesterly in the north, with gales in Fair Isle and Viking, possibly severe gales in Fair Isle. Strong winds are likely on Tuesday and Wednesday in northern sea areas with gales continuing at times in the far northwest


Niton

During Sunday evening and Monday an area of high pressure 1029 will lie to the west of Ireland, with the ridge axis migrating southwards from north of Scotland at first, to Wales to Azores by Tuesday morning. Low pressure over France will move northeastwards, while a deepening low pressure area 980 develops near Iceland. During Tuesday and Wednesday the ridge of high pressure will remain across southern Britain, although slowly declining, while a complex low pressure area remains south of Iceland. Pressure will also be low east of Spain. During Sunday evening and Monday northerly winds will be strong at times in most sea areas, but slowly moderating during Monday. Strong southwest winds will arrive in Shannon later Monday. During Tuesday southwesterly winds will continue occasionally strong in northwestern sea areas with possible occasional gales in Shannon, then becoming occasionally strong more widely on Wednesday


Portpatrick

During Sunday evening and Monday an area of high pressure 1029 will lie to the west of Ireland, with the ridge axis migrating southwards from north of Scotland at first, to Wales to Azores by Tuesday morning. Low pressure over France will move northeastwards, while a deepening low pressure area 980 develops near Iceland. During Tuesday and Wednesday the ridge of high pressure will remain across southern Britain, although slowly declining, while a complex low pressure area remains south of Iceland. Pressure will also be low east of Spain. During Sunday evening and Monday strong winds in the south will moderate. Strong to gale southwest winds will develop in the north during Monday with possible severe gales in Hebrides, Fair Isle and Faeroes. Further strong winds or gales are expected in Atlantic sea areas on Tuesday and Wednesday, with possible severe gales or storms in Southeast Iceland on Wednesday. Strong winds may spread to Lundy and Irish Sea