Weather forecast for the Isle of Man
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Rain will continue to affect the island on and off today, perhaps turning heavy at times, with extensive hill fog developing and the risk of some coastal mist and fog around the south of the island later this afternoon. The moderate to fresh easterly wind will fall light and turn to the southwest later this afternoon with temperatures only reaching up to 14 or 15°C at best.
The rain and drizzle will die away this evening leaving the rest of the night dry as the mist and low cloud gradually lifts and breaks. Minimum temperature no lower than 11°C with a light to moderate west to southwest breeze.
Some showery outbreaks of rain will quickly move in tomorrow morning, turning heavy for a time before clearing early to mid-afternoon. Top temperature around 17°C with a mainly moderate west to south-westerly breeze.
Wednesday will be dry and bright with sunny intervals and a light and variable wind which will settle to the southeast later. Feeling warm in the sunshine with temperatures reaching up to 17 or 18°C at best.
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