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Lancashire Weather


Dry and sunny. Turning hotter through the week.


Any early mist patches will quickly clear in the morning to leave a dry, hot and sunny day with light winds. Feeling a little fresher at the coast in a sea breeze. Maximum temperature 29 °C.


Staying dry overnight with largely clear skies, however the odd mist patch could form. A warm night for many, particularly in towns and cities. Minimum temperature 12 °C.


Staying dry with plenty of sunshine. Feeling hot again in the light winds, but a little fresher at the coast. Maximum temperature 31 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Staying mostly sunny on Friday and into the weekend and turning increasingly hot. Feeling a little more humid over the weekend, with the potential for a few showers on Sunday.

Updated: 05:00 (UTC+1) on Wed 10 Aug 2022

Amber warning of extreme heat

Areas affected: East Midlands | East of England | London & South East England | North West England | South West England | Wales | West Midlands | Yorkshire & Humber

Starts: 00:00 BST on Thu 11 August

Ends: 23:59 BST on Sun 14 August

A hot spell will develop across parts of England and Wales later this week. - Adverse health effects are likely to be experienced by those vulnerable to extreme heat - The wider population are likely to experience some adverse health effects including sunburn or heat exhaustion (dehydration, nausea, fatigue) and other heat related illnesses - Some changes in working practices and daily routines likely to be required - An increased chance that some heat-sensitive systems and equipment may fail. - More people are likely to visit coastal areas, lakes, rivers and other beauty spots leading to an increased risk of water safety and fire-related incidents. - Some delays to road, rail and air travel are possible, with potential for welfare issues for those who experience prolonged delays

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