Weather forecast for the Isle of Man
Areas likely to be affected
Above about 1000 feet.
Adverse conditions are expected to affect the Island
From 02:00 BST on Wednesday 26 April 2017
Until 06:00 BST on Wednesday 26 April 2017
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One or two wintry showers are possible this evening, but otherwise there will be more sunshine, and then the night will be dry and clear. The fresh to strong northerly winds will steadily ease, becoming light or moderate later in the night, this leading to a slight grass frost in most places as temperatures fall to around 2 Celsius, and falling sub-zero on the higher hills.
Tomorrow will then be a fine and dry day, with plenty of long sunny spells. Temperatures will only a reach a chilly 10 Celsius at best, but with the winds light or moderate it will feel less cold than recently.
Turning cloudier tomorrow night, with a little light rain possible, then on Thursday any rain will soon die out allowing some bright intervals by the afternoon. Temperatures a little warmer, reaching about 12 Celsius, although with quite fresh northwest winds.
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