Festive travellers are being urged to check the weather conditions before setting off as Storm Conor descends.Read the full story ›
A rather cloudy, damp and windy Christmas Day. Very mild.Read the full story ›
The Met Office have named the storm arriving on Christmas Day. Gale force winds for coasts and hillsRead the full story ›
The Isle of Man Government has issued an Amber weather warning for tomorrow.
Storm Barbara will bring an active set of weather fronts across the island from mid-morning to early afternoon, touching storm force around midday, giving gusts of 60-65mph quite widely across the island but perhaps as high as 70mph in more exposed spots.
Although the severe gales will ease from mid-afternoon, the westerly wind will remain gale force into the evening, giving the potential for splash over of sea water and debris onto Fenella Beach in Peel and the eastern end of Peel Promenade around the time of high tide (19:12 GMT).
More info can be found at https://www.gov.im/weather/weather-warning/.
Some very windy conditions developing for the end of the week and the start of Christmas weekend, accompanied by rain at timesRead the full story ›
Jo visits Little Moreton Hall as they prepare for a very Tudor ChristmasRead the full story ›
One of this months highlights in the night sky is the Geminds meteor shower, which peaks 13th-14th DecemberRead the full story ›
Above average temperatures again over the next few days and nightsRead the full story ›
To get in the festive spirit, we sent Kerrie to the magnificent Lyme Park to get a glimpse of what Christmas and New Year were like for those upstairs and their servants downstairs.
Milder air moving inRead the full story ›