Weather forecast for the Isle of Man
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Sharp showers of rain and hail will continue to affect the island this morning, gradually becoming isolated this afternoon and more confined to the north of the island with some bright or sunny spells likely elsewhere. The strong northwest wind will gradually ease this morning and back to the southwest this afternoon with highs of 7°C.
Dry this evening and at first tonight, but turning cloudy as heavy rain moves in from the west later in the night, with the south to southwest wind very quickly increasing to gale or severe gale force by dawn on Tuesday.
Tomorrow will be wet and very windy with a southerly gale or severe gale force wind giving gusts of 50 to 60 mph expected quite widely across the island, but with up to 65 mph possible in more exposed spots. This combined with spells of heavy rain will lead to difficult driving conditions particularly for the morning commute. The rain will clear away around dusk as the wind quickly turns to the west and eases slightly, although still remaining strong to gale force. Top temperature of 12°C.
Wednesday will be bright with sunny spells and a few passing showers, which will move through quickly on the strong westerly wind. Maximum temperature only around 7°C. A further spell of rain will then arrive overnight into Thursday.
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