Blackpool weekend weather forecast: Watch our roundup for first weekend since resort reopened after lockdown
Here's your weekend weather forecast for Blackpool - the first weekend since the lockdown roadmap allowed gyms, outdoor hospitality, non-essential shops and resort attractions to reopen.
We've had plenty of sun this week, and despite the colder temperatures it has been the perfect outdoor setting for returning to our local pubs and attractions.
Cooler temperatures will remain over the next few days, but the good news is there is no rain forecast for the next few days, and Friday will be bright and sunny with very little cloud cover.
Looking ahead to the weekend, the Met Office has forecast cloudier days on Saturday and Sunday, but it will still stay dry.
Maximum temperatures will remain at a steady 12°C, and the weekend sun will also bring a high pollen count with it until Tuesday.
We can probably expect much busier scenes in the town centre this weekend, as the resort's attractions, gyms, shops and outdoor seating at pubs, cafes and restaurants were able to reopen after lockdown on Monday April 12.
Met Office forecast in full:
Friday: A sunny day, with very little cloud cover until early evening. Maximum temperature 11°C.
Saturday: Cloudier than Friday, but remaining dry. A sunny morning with cloud cover creeping in by lunchtime. A dry and partly cloudy night.
Sunday: Less sun than Friday and Saturday, but no rainfall. Maximum temperature 12°C.
Outlook for Monday and Tuesday:
Another cloudy day on Monday, but staying dry. The pollen count will remain high until later on Monday evening.
A cloudy start to Tuesday, with sunny intervals by the evening. A slightly lower temperature than the previous few days with highs of 11°C, and a medium pollen count.
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