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5 day weather forecast for the Isle of Man

Issued on Tuesday, 21 November 2017 at 5:30am 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
14°C
10°C
16

Rain for a time late morning / afternoon and again later in the night.

Wind

S or SW 12-18, increasing gradually 18-25 by day, then decreasing 7-15 overnight.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor in rain / drizzle. Hill fog.

Rainfall (mm)
2-6
Comments

Nil.

Tomorrow

HeavyRain
13°C
9°C
26

Rain, becoming persistent and heavy for a time, turning showery later.

Wind

S or SW 7-15, increasing 28-35 gusts 40-50 a.m. Veering gradually W or NW 10-18 p.m., then becoming W or SW overnight, increasing 22-30 gusts 40, risk 30-40 gusts 55.

Visibility

Good, becoming moderate or poor at in rain. Hill fog, patchy later.

Rainfall (mm)
15-20, risk 25-30 hills
Comments

Heavy rain, risk localised flooding. Strong winds, risk gale later.

Thursday, 23 November

ScatteredShowers
10°C
4°C
22

Sunny intervals and showers.

Wind

W or SW 22-30 gusts 40, risk 30-40 gusts 55, easing 20-28, locally 32 gusts 45 a.m., then decreasing gradually 10-18 p.m. Becoming W or NW 5-12 overnight.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate. Hill fog patches.

Rainfall (mm)
2-5
Comments

Strong winds at first, risk of gales.

Friday, 24 November

IsolatedShowers
9°C
3°C
19

Sunny intervals and isolated showers.

Wind

W or NW 5-12, increasing gradually 17-25.

Visibility

Mainly good.

Rainfall (mm)
0-2
Comments

Nil.

Saturday, 25 November

ScatteredShowers
7°C
1°C
23

Sunny intervals. Rain or hail showers, turning more wintry on hills.

Wind

W or NW 17-25, increasing 20-28 gusts 40.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor in showers.

Rainfall (mm)
0.5-3
Comments

Risk of sleet / snow in showers on hill tops, amounts negligible. Strong winds.

Forecast by

Hulse
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