Preston was hit by thunder and lightning last night after the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for the majority of northern England.Advertisement
The weather caused disruption to services across the north-west with flights to Manchester Airport diverted to both Leeds and Birmingham.
Those affected by this will welcome the news that there is only approximately a 5% that rain will hit Preston tomorrow.
The day is currently predicted to be mostly clear with highs of around 26C and very high humidity.
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The dry weather is then expected to mostly continue until Sunday when that humidity will cause more rain showers. There is however a chance of showers from Thursday to Saturday.
The Met Office chief forecaster said: “A fairly cloudy start to the day, though cloud soon breaking to leave a dry, warm and humid day with good sunny spells. Maximum Temperature 27 °C.
“Largely warm and dry on Thursday, though rain in the north later. Turning cooler and fresher on Friday and Saturday, with showers or outbreaks of mainly light rain.”