Day by day Preston weather forecast for the week ahead

Posted on - 6th January, 2019 - 12:04pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston News, Preston weather
Storm clouds over Ashton-on-Ribble Pic: Tony Worrall
Grey clouds over Ashton-on-Ribble Pic: Tony Worrall

Cloudy, grey and chilly – It really is January!


The city can expect dull skies, a spot of rain and a cool breeze following a brief icy spell that gripped Preston.

It’s not all doom and gloom, however, as we see rays of sunshine breaking through during the week.

Here’s how the weather shapes up for the next few days.

Monday (7 January)

Morning – Overcast to start the day off but remaining dry all round.

Afternoon – It’s looking like light rain during early afternoon till around 3pm.

Evening – A dry but windy night is expected, with wind speeds of up to 19 miles per hour.

Tuesday (8 January)

Morning – Sun beams are shining through on Tuesday morning with sunrise at 8.26am.

Afternoon – The sun shines on reaching highs of seven degrees.

Evening – A clear night is expected with no rain on the horizon.

Wednesday (9 January)

Morning – Sunny intervals throughout the morning and a chilly temperature of one degree.

Afternoon – It’s going to be a cool afternoon, highs of three degrees.

Evening – A partly cloudy and cool night, feeling like minus one degrees.

Thursday (10 January)

Morning – The sun rises at 8.25am but we won’t see much of it with the skies being very overcast.

Afternoon – It’s grey all day with highs of five degrees.

Evening – Remaining dry throughout the evening, but clouds will stay put up above.

Friday (11 January)

Morning – Grab your coats and umbrellas as it’s light rain from 6am.

Afternoon – Showers continuing throughout the day, but temperatures slightly warmer than previous with highs of eight degrees.

Evening – A damp evening and the rain puts into the night.

Saturday (12 January)

Morning – Light rain to start the weekend and grey all around.

Afternoon – Prepare for heavy rain this afternoon. The winds pick up to 18 miles per hour.

Evening – Showers come and go throughout the evening but it’s a breezy night, with wind speed staying at 18 miles per hour.

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