Weather forecast for the Isle of Man
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Rain, occasionally heavy, at first this morning will start to edge away later, the afternoon becoming somewhat drier and brighter although with the risk of a shower. South-westerly winds, light to moderate, will turn westerly towards and during the afternoon, increasing to become fresh or strong, locally near gale in exposed spots, highest temperature around 9 Celsius.
Mostly dry overnight with just perhaps a passing shower, wintry on the hill tops. Westerly winds will be mainly fresh to strong with lowest temperatures of 5 Celsius on windward coasts but down to 1 or 2 in upland areas.
Dry at first on Monday but with rain late morning into the afternoon, becoming persistent and heavy at times, accompanied by a stiff south-westerly wind. After a chilly start, temperatures will rise to around 11 Celsius later in the day.
Sunny intervals on Tuesday but the strong to gale force west to north-westerly wind will bring some showers, these turning wintry on the hills. Feeling cold in the wind, temperatures near to 9 Celsius at best.