Weather forecast for the Isle of Man
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Dry for much of the time overnight but the odd shower is liable to crop up giving a wintry mixture of rain, hail or sleet, with the possibility of snow on the hills, above 1000ft, although amounts will be slight. The west or northwest wind will be moderate to fresh, locally strong with lowest temperatures near to 4 Celsius on windward coasts but down to around 1 or 2 Celsius inland and close to freezing on higher ground.
Sunny intervals on Saturday but the cold, brisk west or northwest wind is likely to bring an occasional wintry shower. Highest temperature 7 Celsius but nearer to only 3 in upland areas.
Showers on Sunday and, while there may be some brightness at first, skies will cloud over before rain, occasionally heavy, develops more widely during the evening and for a time overnight. Brisk west or northwest winds will become west or southwest, easing slightly for a time, with temperatures eventually climbing to 9 or 10 Celsius later.
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