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Weather forecast for the Isle of Man

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Now

Light Rain Showers
11°C
15

3 day forecast

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Today

ScatteredShowers
13°C
9°C
22

Tomorrow

SunnyIntervals
15°C
7°C
15

Thursday

SunnyIntervals
16°C
9°C
10

Detailed forecast

Issued on Tuesday, 27 September 2022 at 11:40am by Ronaldsway Met Office

Blustery showers will continue to affect the island this afternoon, becoming frequent and heavy at times, but with some brighter spells in-between. Highest temperature around 13°C, but feeling chilly in the fresh to strong north-westerly wind.

The showers will become fairly isolated this evening, leaving the night mostly dry with some clear spells, as the wind turns to the north or northwest and eases slightly. Minimum temperature around 7°C.

Sunrise: 7:14am Tomorrow
Sunset: 7:06pm Today

Outlook

Tomorrow will be bright with lengthy sunny spells and just a small risk of an isolated shower. A mainly moderate northerly wind, with top temperature around 15°C.

Another mostly dry and sunny day on Thursday, with a light to moderate northerly breeze and highs of 16°C.

Then turning wet and windy on Friday, with a strong to gale force south to southwest wind and persistent and heavy rain, which will clear to showers later in the afternoon or evening. Maximum temperature of 16°C.

Forecast by

Kirsty Pendlebury

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