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5 day weather forecast for the Isle of Man

Issued on Monday, 20 August 2018 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
18°C
14°C
5

Mostly cloudy and rather dull. Dry for much of time, but some patchy drizzle, most likely at first. Turning misty on the high ground through the day, and possibly at low levels later in night.

Wind

Variable 05.

Visibility

Good, falling poor in mist. Extensive hill fog developing.

Rainfall (mm)
0-1
Comments

Nil.

Tomorrow

SunnyIntervals
22°C
14°C
15

Dry, with some sunny spells developing (especially in the north), but mist and low cloud may affect some areas at times. Feeling warm in the brighter skies. then outbreaks of rain developing later in night.

Wind

Variable 05,soon settling South or SW 10, then gradually increasing 10-15, 15-20 in places.

Visibility

Poor in mist, but otherwise good. Hill fog at times.

Rainfall (mm)
1-4
Comments

Nil.

Wednesday, 22 August

ScatteredShowers
19°C
14°C
12

Cloudy at first with outbreaks of rain, but this clearing later in morning with sunny intervals developing. Dry overnight.

Wind

South or SW 10-15, 15-20 in places, soon veering West or NW.

Visibility

Good, possibly moderate in rain at first. Hill fog at first.

Rainfall (mm)
2-5
Comments

Nil.

Thursday, 23 August

ScatteredShowers
18°C
10°C
15

Sunny/ clear spells and scattered showers, these possibly becoming more frequent for a time.

Wind

West 10-15, 15-20 in places, increasing 15-20 later and 20-25 in places.

Visibility

Good.

Rainfall (mm)
1-5
Comments

Strong winds developing.

Friday, 24 August

ScatteredShowers
17°C
11°C
20

Sunny spells and isolated showers, the showers more frequent late in day and overnight. Breezy and feeling cool.

Wind

West veering NW 15-20, 20-25 in places.

Visibility

Good.

Rainfall (mm)
1-5
Comments

Strong winds in places.

Forecast by

Colin Gartshore
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