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.
One or two showers possible this morning as extensive hill fog develops, before rain and drizzle moves in this afternoon with some coastal mist likely tonight.
South or SE 10-15, veering West or NW tonight.
Good, occasionally moderate or poor in rain and drizzle and very poor in coastal mist tonight. Extensive hill fog.
Risk of coastal mist mainly around the south and east of the island tonight.
Any lingering rain, drizzle and mist at first will soon clear away, leaving the daytime mostly dry with some brightness, before further rain develops overnight.
West or NW 10-15, veering more generally NW 15-20 later in the evening & overnight.
Good, occasionally moderate or poor at first. Hill fog at first and then again overnight.
Tuesday, 20 February
Fine and dry with sunny intervals.
North or NW 15-20, veering East or NE 05-10 later.
Wednesday, 21 February
Dry with some sunshine, which will turn hazy later in the day.
East or NE 05-10, veering South or SE 10-15 later.
Thursday, 22 February
Largely dry but often cloudy, with the chance of some brightness breaking through at times.
South or SE 10-15, increasing 15-20.