July 21st, Latest forecast
It was another fine clear night with temperatures remaining very warm. Our Shanklin station recorded a minimum of 17.2°C.
Another hot and sunny day across the island although a little patchy cloud is likely to develop towards more central and northern parts, and here there is an outside chance of a shower developing, but this is a very low risk.
Temperature 27-29°C in general although once again a few places in central and northeastern parts could reach 30-32°C locally, and around 22°C on windward coasts
Wind variable or northwest 2-6mph becoming southwest 5-11mph with onshore coastal breezes
A very warm night across the island with clear skies and perhaps a few rural mist patches.
Temperature 16-18°C but around 20°C in the larger towns
Wind variable or southeast 2-6mph
A fine, warm and sunny day although feeling much cooler in more eastern and southern parts compared to recent days, however more western areas will still feel very warm in a freshening breeze.
Temperature 24-26°C in central and western parts, 21-23°C in more eastern areas
Wind east 8-16mph becoming east-southeast 11-18mph