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5 day weather forecast for the Isle of Man

Issued on Thursday, 08 December 2022 at 5:20am 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

SunnyIntervals
4°C
-1°C
12

Sunny spells and isolated icy patches. Further frost and ice developing this evening and overnight. Snow showers through the early hours of Friday morning.

Wind

N or NE 10-15, locally 20, backing N or NW 15-20 overnight.

Visibility

Good, falling moderate or poor in snow showers.

Rainfall (mm)
1-3 overnight
Comments

Frost/ice to start and again later. Snow showers overnight leading to slight accumulations, and temporary accumulations to low levels.

Tomorrow

LightSnowShowers
4°C
-2°C
10

Scattered wintry showers and sunny spells, leading to slight accumulations of snow in places.

Wind

N or NW 15-20, decreasing 10-15 in the evening, backing W or NW overnight.

Visibility

Mostly good, occasionally moderate or poor in any wintry showers.

Rainfall (mm)
1-5
Comments

Frost/ice to start and again later. Snow showers leading to slight accumulations, and temporary accumulations to low levels.

Saturday, 10 December

LightSnowShowers
5°C
-1°C
10

Scattered wintry showers during the morning but then largely dry for the afternoon with sunny spells.

Wind

N or NW, veering NE, 10-15, decreasing 05-10 later.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor in wintry showers.

Rainfall (mm)
0-4
Comments

Risk of frost/ice. Risk of slight snow accumulations from any wintry showers, particularly over higher ground.

Sunday, 11 December

SunnyIntervals
5°C
-2°C
8

Mostly dry with sunny intervals.

Wind

NE 05-10, soon becoming variable, then settling E or SE 10-15 later.

Visibility

Mostly good.

Rainfall (mm)
0
Comments

Frost.

Monday, 12 December

SunnyIntervals
4°C
-1°C
15

Largely dry with sunny spells.

Wind

E or SE 10 or 15, soon increasing 15-20, then 20-25 in the evening or overnight.

Visibility

Good.

Rainfall (mm)
0
Comments

Frost. Strong winds later.

Forecast by

David Britton
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