The Isle of Man typically enjoys a temperate British climate. In summer the weather is cool with clear skies, and the average temperature is in the mid 60’s°F, with the hottest day rarely reaching 85°F and staying around 50°F at night. June through September is the summer season with May being the driest and sunniest month of the year.

The island is not as overcast as other places in the UK due to strong winds. Winters are mild and wet, and usually stay above 32°F, with temperatures tending to average around 48°F. Rainfall varies all over the island, the driest parts being in the extreme south and over the northern plain, the wettest being the hilly interior. Autumn and winter are the rainiest. The Isle of Man can on occasion experience frost or snow which has been known to fall in late February or early March, but much less frequently than in other parts of the British Isles.

Best Time to Visit the Isle of Man

With consistent temperatures, the Isle of Man is a good year-round destination. However, April, May and June are the driest months, while May, June and July are the sunniest and July and August are the warmest.