Weather forecast for the Isle of Man
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The slight risk of a shower but the night will be largely dry with the fresh to strong west or southwest wind easing to become mainly moderate or fresh. Lowest night-time temperatures will be near to 3 Celsius generally but a couple of degrees or so lower in upland areas and some well-sheltered low-lying spots, leading to a slight frost or ground frost.
Much of Monday will be dry with some sunshine and no more than, perhaps, an isolated shower. Later in the day, though, the risk of rain or hail showers will increase, any of these perhaps becoming more wintry in nature on the hill tops. West or south-westerly winds will become light to moderate in strength with a highest temperature of around 7 Celsius.
Sunny intervals on Tuesday but with the threat that showers may develop more widely for a time. West or north-westerly winds will become strong and blustery with temperatures up to around 8 Celsius at best.
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