Weather forecast for the Isle of Man
Fairly high tides over the weekend with waves and debris onto some coastal roads and sea fronts. Details of areas at risk on the Floodwatch website and 'phone lines.
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Some sunshine this afternoon and, whilst there's a very slight risk of a passing shower, most places will stay dry. Winds will be fresh to strong, with temperatures reaching 14 Celsius.
Tonight will be dry with a fresh to strong, locally near gale, south-westerly wind; lowest temperature near to 11 Celsius.
Dry for a good part of Sunday, but some light rain is possible, perhaps most likely around the north of the island. South-westerly winds will remain fresh to strong, locally near gale in exposed spots; highest temperature 14 Celsius.
Mostly dry Monday daytime but with hill fog and, perhaps, a little drizzle in windward areas, then with rain overnight. Winds will be strong from the south of south-west, with temperatures reaching a mild 17 Celsius.
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