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5 day weather forecast for the Isle of Man

Issued on Friday, 03 April 2020 at 5:00am 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.

Yesterday

SunnyIntervals
8°C
3°C
13

Mainly cloudy with the odd bright spell at times, perhaps an odd shower later.

Wind

NW 10-15, backing W or SW in the afternoon, backing S-SW 15-20 overnight into Saturday.

Visibility

Mostly good.

Rainfall (mm)
0-0.5
Comments

Nil.

Today

SunnyIntervals
11°C
5°C
20

Dry with variable cloud amounts. Tending to become misty later with a risk of coastal fog later in the day and overnight.

Wind

S-SW 15-20, backing and increasing S 20-25 through the morning.

Visibility

Good, soon becoming moderate or poor, possibly very poor in fog. Widespread hill fog.

Rainfall (mm)
0
Comments

Strong winds developing. Risk of coastal fog developing later.

Tomorrow

LightRain
12°C
6°C
22

Dry at first, rain soon developing, clearing overnight into Monday.

Wind

S 20-25 occasionally 30 veering W 15-20.

Visibility

Moderate or poor, occasionally very poor in fog. Widespread hill fog.

Rainfall (mm)
2-5
Comments

Strong winds. Risk of coastal fog at times.

Monday, 6 April

SunnyIntervals
10°C
7°C
15

Dry with sunny spells.

Wind

S or SW 15-20.

Visibility

Good.

Rainfall (mm)
0
Comments

Nil.

Tuesday, 7 April

Sunny
11°C
4°C
15

Dry with sunny spells.

Wind

SW 10 to 15 soon backing S, decreasing 3 or 4 later.

Visibility

Good.

Rainfall (mm)
0.0
Comments

Nil.

Forecast by

Neil Young
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