Weather and sea conditions around the Island are continuously monitored by a network of weather stations and tide gauges operated by the Department of Infrastructure.
Forecasters at Ronaldsway use weather forecast information together with tidal predictions and storm surge forecasts to monitor the risk of tidal flooding 24 hours per day, 365/6 days per year. The flood warning status for the Island is updated when necessary and communicated to the Department's Duty Officers, the Island's Emergency Services and to the community by various means, and gives a general indication of weather conditions that may cause river, surface water or sewer flooding.
Isle of Man Floodline - a recorded message continuously available by telephoning +44 1624 686100 (calls charged at local rate) which provides the current flood warning status for the Island and more detailed information about any flooding expected. The message is updated as required by the duty forecaster at Ronaldsway.
For further information and updates to forecasts call:
- Recorded Weather Forecast (updated 6 times each day) – 0900 6243 300
- Recorded Shipping Forecast (updated 5 times each day) – 0900 6243 322
- WeatherMann - Speak to the Forecaster (24 hours) – 0900 6243 200
Calls cost 50p per minute plus your phone company's access charge.
Forecasts are based on the latest data available at the time of issue but are subject to updates and changes. Always ensure that you have the most recent information – please refresh the page to check for updates.
You accept all risks and responsibility for losses, damages, costs and other consequences resulting directly or indirectly from any use of this information.