5 day weather forecast for the Isle of Man
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.
Windy. Rain at times this morning, drier and brighter afternoon with sunny intervals and only isolated showers.
SSW 20-30 soon increasing 35-45 gusts 60-70, veering SW late morning then slowly easing 30-35 gusts 50, decreasing 15-20 overnight.
Good, moderate or poor in rain with hill fog.
Gale or severe gale force winds, strongest gusts over high ground & to lee of hills in north. Some travel disruption and risk of damage in places.
Fair at first, rain developing during afternoon turning heavy into theevening, clearing to showers overnight.
SW 15-20 becoming variable 10-15 settling NW 25-35 evening.
Good becoming moderate or poor in the rain with hill fog, becoming mainly good again overnight.
Heavy rain, with risk of localised flooding. Strong winds later.
Friday, 21 September
Scattered showers, bright or sunny intervals.
W-NW 25-30, decreasing W 15-20 later
Saturday, 22 September
Dry and bright day with some sunshine, then rain developing at night.
W 15-20 becoming SE 20-25 late evening, veering Southerly 25-30 late in the night.
Good, becoming moderate or poor in rain overnight, with hill fog.
Strong winds later, with heavy rain overnight.
Sunday, 23 September
Heavy rain at first, then bright or sunny interval into the afternoon with a few scattered showers.
S soon veering SW, 30-35 gusts 50, veering NW later in the day and possibly increasing 35-40 for a while, gusts 55-60, decreasing 15-20 overnight.
Moderate or poor at first, with hill fog, becoming mostly good.
Heavy rain at first. Gales. Coastal splash-over near high tides.