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Climate


The Isle of Man has a temperate climate. Rainfall on the island can vary quite a lot depending on the location. There is less rainfall in the north of the island along the northern plain and in the south along the southern coast. The rainfall is abundant in the hill interior of the island, especially in the higher points of Snaefell Mountain. The Isle of Man rarely experiences frost or snow.

The summers are cool with clear skies. The winters are mild and wet. The island does not suffer with overcast skies as much as other places in the British Isles. The strong winds which whip through the island keep the clouds moving.

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