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.
Very cold with isolated snow flurries, chiefly at first, then bright or sunny intervals developing this afternoon.
East or NE 25-30, decreasing 20-25 overnight.
Some slight splash-over on Douglas, Laxey and Ramsey promenades near high tide. Strong winds until later. Temperatures staying sub-zero on hills and in some sheltered low-lying spots. Ground frost and icy patches.
Dry with sunny/ clear intervals. A frost at first and again overnight, but feeling less cold as winds ease.
NE 15-20, 20-25 in a few places at first, then gradually backing and decreasing North 05-10 later in day/ overnight.
Frost at first and later, with a slight risk of icy patches.
Tuesday, 20 March
Dry and bright day with sunny spells, then turning cloudier late in night.
North 05-10, gradually backing SW 10-15.
Sharp frost at first and again during evening/ early part of night, with slight risk of icy patches. Then turning cloudier and a little milder later in night.
Wednesday, 21 March
Cloudy but often dry, slight chance of a few spots of light rain.
West or SW 10-15, increasing 20-25 overnight.
Risk of a slight ground frost on high ground & in sheltered places at first.
Thursday, 22 March
Mostly cloudy rain for a time
SW 20-25 veering West
Good becoming moderate in rain.