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5 day weather forecast for Isle of Man coastal waters

Issued on Saturday, 18 November 2017 at 6:00am by Ronaldsway Met Office

Forecast periods cover 24 hours from 6am each day to 6am on following day. Wind speeds are on Beaufort Scale.

Today

Warnings

Strong wind at first.

Wind

West or NW 5 or 6, decreasing 4 or 5 during afternoon, decreasing 3 overnight.

StateOfSea

Slight or moderate, becoming smooth or slight later.

Weather

Isolated showers.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate in showers.

Temperature
Min. air temperature 6°C and max. air temperature 9°C
Sea temperature
11°C

Tomorrow

Warnings

Nil

Wind

West or NW 3 backing and increasing S or SW 4 or 5.

StateOfSea

Smooth or slight, becoming slight occasionally moderate.

Weather

Fair, with outbreaks of rain during the afternoon turning heavier evening and overnight.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor later.

Temperature
Min. air temperature 7°C and max. air temperature 10°C
Sea temperature
11°C

Monday, 20 November 2017

Warnings

Nil

Wind

W or SW 4 or 5 becoming variable for a time settling S or SW 3 or 4 later.

StateOfSea

Slight or moderate.

Weather

Rain at times.

Visibility

Moderate or good, occasionally poor.

Temperature
Min. air temperature 7°C and max. air temperature 11°C
Sea temperature
11°C

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Warnings

Strong winds developing.

Wind

West or SW 3 or 4 increasing SW 5 or 6.

StateOfSea

Slight or moderate, becoming moderate or rough later.

Weather

Occasional rain.

Visibility

Good, occasionally moderate or poor.

Temperature
Min. air temperature 10°C and max. air temperature 12°C
Sea temperature
11°C

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Warnings

Strong winds.

Wind

SW 5 increasing 6 or 7 later

StateOfSea

Moderate or rough

Weather

Rain at first then showers

Visibility

Moderate or good occasionally poor at first.

Temperature
Min. air temperature 8°C and max. air temperature 11°C
Sea temperature
11°C

Forecast by

Neil Young
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