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5 day weather forecast for the Isle of Man

Issued on Friday, 18 January 2019 at 5:15am 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
7°C
0°C
23

Outbreaks of rain developing from dawn, falling as sleet or wet snow over higher ground. Turning more persistent this afternoon but turning readily back to rain.

Wind

South or SE 20-25, locally 25-30 in more exposed spots for a time during the morning. Then decreasing SE 15-20 overnight.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate in rain and poor in sleet or wet snow. Hill fog.

Rainfall (mm)
5-8, risk 8-12 hills
Comments

Strong winds until later. Sleet or wet snow over higher ground this morning, giving some temporary and slight accumulations. Risk of ice on higher ground at first.

Tomorrow

LightRain
7°C
3°C
18

Cloudy with occasional showers or longer spells of rain.

Wind

SE 15-20, backing East or SE during the morning, decreasing 10-15 into the afternoon. Then backing East or NE 05-10 overnight.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate in rain or showers. Occasional hill fog.

Rainfall (mm)
1-3

Sunday, 20 January

ScatteredShowers
7°C
2°C
20

Rain at first clearing towards midday, allowing some brightness to develop but leaving the risk of a few showers.

Wind

East or NE 5-10, backing North or NW 15-20 during the morning and occasionally 20-25 in more exposed spots during the afternoon. Then backing and decreasing West or NW 10-15 overnight.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate in any rain or showers. Occasional hill fog.

Rainfall (mm)
0-3
Comments

Locally strong winds for a time.

Monday, 21 January

WhiteCloud
6°C
1°C
20

Mostly dry but turning increasingly cloudy with rain moving in during the evening, turning heavy for a time and perhaps turning to sleet/wet snow over hills.

Wind

West or NW 10-15, backing SW 15-20 during the morning, and South or SW 20-25, locally 25-30 gusts 40-45 for a time during the afternoon & evening, before veering West 20-25 overnight.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor in precipitation later. Hill fog developing.

Rainfall (mm)
3-6
Comments

Frost/ice to start. Strong winds developing. Sleet or wet/snow possible over higher ground later (uncertainty in detail).

Tuesday, 22 January

HeavyRain
5°C
0°C
20

Rain at first, perhaps falling as sleet or wet snow over higher ground, quickly clearing to scattered wintry showers, then becoming mainly fair overnight.

Wind

West 20-25, veering North or NW 15-20 later in the afternoon.

Visibility

Moderate or poor in precipitation. Hill fog at times.

Rainfall (mm)
4-8
Comments

Strong winds at first. Frost/ice risk later. Sleet or wet/snow possible over higher ground at first (uncertainty in detail).

Forecast by

Kirsty Pendlebury
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