EASTER SUNDAY through the NW and the Isle of Man

Crosby sunset
Easter Sunday sunrise: 5.59am - sunset: 8.21pm. Photo: Kerri Simpson

Easter Sunday will be similar to Saturday, best of any sunshine in the west with unbroken sunshine and blue skies across the Isle of Man in the morning. In fact, the Isle of Man stays fine and sunny right the way through until the end of the Bank Holiday.

The further east you go, the more cloud you will see, still good sunny spells though.

Throughout Sunday afternoon, beautiful through Cumbria and across the Isle of Man. Cloudier further east with thicker cloud pushing in across the south of the region as a system tries to move up from the south. It will stay dry however during daylight hours.

Temperatures best in the west, through Carlisle and Keswick, well above average at 17c 63f... average values for the time of year are nearer 10-11c for the north of England!

On Sunday night, there could be some outbreaks of rain across the south of the Granada region, but the northernmost extent of this system is uncertain before it retreats southwards again.