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5 day weather forecast for the Isle of Man

Issued on Wednesday, 29 January 2020 at 6:00am 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.

Today

GreyCloud
9°C
3°C
25

Turning cloudy with the risk of some light rain and drizzle developing late morning & this afternoon. Then rain spreading from the west later tonight.

Wind

W or WSW, backing SW this morning, 20-25, locally 25-30 gusts 40.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate in any rain and drizzle. Hill fog.

Rainfall (mm)
0-0.5
Comments

Strong winds. Risk of frost/ice over higher ground to start.

Tomorrow

LightRain
10°C
6°C
22

Cloudy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle, clearing into the afternoon becoming dry and bright.

Wind

SW backing S or SW early morning, 20-25, locally 25-30 gusts 40. Veering W or SW during the afternoon, then backing S or SW overnight.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor in rain and drizzle. Hill fog. Risk of coastal mist.

Rainfall (mm)
1-3
Comments

Strong Winds.

Friday, 31 January

ScatteredShowers
11°C
6°C
23

Heavy rain at first, will clear towards midday leaving the afternoon mainly dry with some brightness breaking through.

Wind

S or SW, veering W or SW later, 20-25.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor in rain at first. Hill fog at first.

Rainfall (mm)
2-5
Comments

Strong Winds.

Saturday, 1 February

WhiteCloud
10°C
5°C
22

Mostly dry but rather cloudy, with the chance of some brightness developing.

Wind

W or SW 20-25, becoming variable 10-15 later.

Visibility

Mostly good. Hill fog patches.

Rainfall (mm)
0-2
Comments

Strong Winds.

Sunday, 2 February

ScatteredShowers
9°C
5°C
18

Rain at first quickly clearing to scattered showers and bright spells.

Wind

Variable 10-15, soon settling S or SW 15-20, increasing 20-25 later.

Visibility

Moderate or poor in rain at first, soon becoming mostly good.

Rainfall (mm)
5-8
Comments

Strong wind later.

Forecast by

Kirsty Pendlebury
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