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5 day weather forecast for the Isle of Man

Issued on Tuesday, 27 February 2024 at 5:30am by Ronaldsway Met Office

Forecast periods cover 24 hours from 6am each day to 6am on following day (min. temp. normally refers to start of period). Wind speeds are in mph. ‘Fog’ implies very poor visibility.

Today

LightRain
10°C
4°C
20

Cloudy with rain this morning, clearing around lunchtime leaving the rest of the day dry with sunny spells developing.

Wind

SW 20-25 with gusts up to 30-35 in exposed coastal areas at times in the morning, veering W 15-20 in the afternoon, and then backing SW overnight. Increasing 20-25 later.

Visibility

Good, falling moderate in rain in the morning. Hill fog for a time.

Rainfall (mm)
2-4
Comments

Strong winds.

Tomorrow

LightRain
10°C
4°C
22

Cloudy with outbreaks of rain or drizzle soon arriving and extensive hill fog developing.

Wind

SW 20-25, increasing 25-30 during the morning, decreasing 20-25 again in the afternoon.

Visibility

Good, falling moderate or poor in rain or drizzle later. Hill fog developing.

Rainfall (mm)
5-15
Comments

Strong winds.

Thursday, 29 February

IsolatedShowers
8°C
2°C
22

Any rain at first, soon clearing becoming largely dry with sunny spells, only a few isolated showers possible.

Wind

W or SW 20-25, increasing S or SW 25-30 overnight. Veering W 20-25 later.

Visibility

Moderate or good, occasionally poor. Hill fog.

Rainfall (mm)
2-5
Comments

Strong winds.

Friday, 1 March

ScatteredShowers
8°C
2°C
20

Sunny spells and isolated showers.

Wind

W 20-25, backing SW 15-20 in the afternoon, veering N or NW 10-15 in the evening. Gradually increasing N or NE 20-25 later.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate.

Rainfall (mm)
2-5
Comments

Strong winds.

Saturday, 2 March

ScatteredShowers
9°C
2°C
15

Sunny spells and isolated showers. Risk of rain later.

Wind

N or NE 20-25, increasing N or NW 25-30 late morning, then 30-35 in the afternoon. Veering W 25-30 later.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate.

Rainfall (mm)
0.5-5
Comments

Risk of a ground frost at first & overnight.

Forecast by

David Britton
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