It should be dry for the Bonfire Night celebrations in Preston, according to the Met Office.Advertisement
The temperatures are also expected to rise after several cold nights in Lancashire meant the gritters had to be out on priority routes.
On November 2, 3 and 4 it is expected that temperatures will be above 10C in the evening for those who head out to the displays.
Rain is currently forecast for November 1, although the rest of the weekend will hopefully remain dry.
More: A full list of Bonfire Night events in and around Preston is available here
Lots of displays will be on in and around the city so get your sparklers at the ready.
You can see a full forecast courtesy of the Met Office below:
Any showers first thing will quickly clear to leave a largely dry morning with sunny spells. Isolated showers may develop in the afternoon, mainly across the Pennines and Cumbrian Fells. Maximum temperature 10 °C.
Wednesday and Thursday changeable with some showery rain and turning breezy at times. Starting dry Friday, but heavy rain and gales will spread from the west through the day.
Saturday and Sunday
Saturday will see temperatures reach as high at 15C before settling at a relatively comfortable 12C in the evening. Sunday will be a little colder, but the evening should only dip as low as 1OC.
Temperatures will again dip but they will settle at around 6C for the day itself. There is a 25% chance of rain at present so, while it should stay dry, it is worth packing a waterproof.