Rain will be persistent this afternoon, before very gradually and erratically clearing away northwards this evening and tonight. Generally the rainfall will be steady, but there is a risk of some heavy bursts developing at some point. Any of these would potentially produce 10-25 mm of rain in an hour or two, giving a risk of localised flooding.
Tidal Flood Warnings
|Port St Mary|
River/Rainfall Flood Warnings
686100 - recorded telephone message (local rate)
Met Office Forecaster
0900 6243 200 - direct line to Ronaldsway Met Office (calls cost 50p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge)
Key to icon and colour references
|No warning in operation. Flooding not expected or danger passed.|
|Flood Watch - Flooding possible. Be aware of and prepare for risk of flooding (situation will be monitored and information updated).|
|Minor flooding is likely inland (e.g. due to blocked drains, etc.) or waves are likely to break over exposed coastal roads with debris and temporary flooding|
|Significant risk of flooding likely to cause damage and/or disruption|
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