Latest 36 hour forecast, May 11th + Walk the Wight forecast
Sunny spells but also some cloud developing as we move into the afternoon with the risk of the odd light shower.
Temperature 14’c to 16’c
Wind NNW 14-21mph
Rainfall less than 0-1mm (localised rainfall possible)
Long clear spells with patchy mist in low lying spots and possibly a little frost in some rural sheltered parts too.
Temperature 3’c to 5’c but down to 0’c in low lying rural spots and closer to 7’c on windward coasts
Wind N 2-6mph
A fine sunny start to the day but some patchy cloud will develop in central, northern and western parts of the island with a small risk of a shower in these areas but remaining dry and sunny elsewhere.
Temperature 14’c to 16’c but around 12’c to 13’c on windward coasts
Wind NNE 4-9mph becoming E 7-12mph then SE later
Walk the Wight
The conditions will be almost perfect for the annual Walk the Wight event with fairly cool temperatures and long sunny spells. By late morning/early afternoon there will be some patchy cloud developing towards central and western parts of the island and even though there is a very small risk of a light shower, most places will remain dry. The wind will be blowing from the eastern quadrant for most of the day which means there will be no battling against the wind over the tops of the more exposed hillier areas due to the wind often blowing the same direction of travel.
The sun will be fairly strong however so make sure you have plenty of UV protection!