This is when thunder and rain will hit Blackpool as Met Office issues weather warnings

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The warm weather of late has triggered heavy rain and thunderstorms across the UK, with the Met Office issuing yellow weather warning for certain areas.

Thunderstorms are set to hit the UK tonight and tomorrow, before evolving into heavy rain and wind on Sunday.

The warm weather of late has triggered heavy rain and thunderstorms across the UK, with the Met Office issuing yellow weather warning for certain areas

The warm weather of late has triggered heavy rain and thunderstorms across the UK, with the Met Office issuing yellow weather warning for certain areas

The odd thunderstorm is expected over the Pennines today and although other areas of the north-west are set to see more heavy rain than thunder, yellow weather warnings are continuing to expand across the country.

Both Saturday and Sunday will see a change in weather in Blackpool with duller skies and wet weather replacing bright, clear skies.

Saturday will see temperatures of around 22C, with light rain throughout the day and some sunny intervals.

However, Sunday in particular will be a stark contrast to earlier in the week, with heavy rain and coastal gales expected in the region.

Sunday in particular will be a stark contrast to earlier in the week, with heavy rain and coastal gales expected in the region

Sunday in particular will be a stark contrast to earlier in the week, with heavy rain and coastal gales expected in the region

Yellow weather warnings are now beginning to be issued by the Met Office for rain and wind on Sunday, with these weather conditions beginning to spread throughout the UK.

However, temperatures are still expected to be relatively warm in Blackpool, with peak temperatures of around 19C on Saturday and 20C on Sunday.

Monday and Tuesday are then set to be brighter, with sunny spells and scattered showers.

Temperatures are also expected to be warm again next week, with highs of around 20C at the beginning of the week, slowly increasing day by day.

For more information about the current weather forecast and to keep up to date with weather warnings visit: metoffice.gov.uk