Weather forecast for the Isle of Man
Coastal Overtopping for Saturday & Saturday Night
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Outbreaks of rain and drizzle continuing through much of the day with some heavy bursts possible at times. Windy with a strong to gale force south to south-easterly wind, and some coastal overtopping around high tide (~12:35pm). Top temperature around 12°C.
The rain will clear early tonight, leaving the rest of the night dry with clear spells, as the wind turns to the southwest and decreases fresh to strong. Further coastal overtopping around high tide (~1:10am), with minimum temperature near to 7°C.
Tomorrow will be bright with sunny spells, but some scattered showers will develop into the afternoon, turning heavy and prolonged at times later in the afternoon & evening. A fresh to strong south to south-westerly wind with highs of 12°C.
One or two passing showers are still possible Monday morning, but will soon die away leaving much of the day dry with bright or sunny spells. A mainly moderate north-westerly wind with maximum temperature of 10°C.
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