Heavy rain overnight has caused flooding on a number of roads in the area and Blackpool Transport has had to divert some of its services.
Due to severe flooding at Cleveleys Park, the service 3 is diverting from the terminus using North Drive. It then will resume its normal route from Cumberland Avenue junction with North Drive, said the operator.
Motorists are being asked to avoid some streets to prevent homes being flooded by wakes caused by cars driving past.
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- Thornton Post Office in Fleetwood Road North is closed due to a power cut caused by flooding
- Northumberland Avenue is currently impassable due to flooding between Belford Avenue and Newcastle Avenue
- A587 Crescent West Northbound is just about passable but there is slow traffic due to flooding at Aldi
- North Drive is also just passable but is also struggling with slow traffic due to flooding near Chester Avenue
- Westbourne Road is just passable after flooding near A587 Broadway
- Cardinal Allen Catholic High School shut due to flooding in Melbourne Avenue, Fleetwood (toilets are unusable due to drains backing up)
Other roads affected
- Victoria Road West
- Cleveleys Avenue
- Cumberland Avenue
- Conway Avenue
- Leicester Avenue
- Jubilee Drive
- South Avenue
- West Drive
- Chester Avenue
Lancashire County Council have been approached for comment.
More rain to come this week
And there’s ‘further wet and windy weather’ to come this week, warns the Met Office.
A band of rain sweeping in from the west will see gales batter the coast from Tuesday, while thunder and lightning is likely later in the week
In the latest five-day Met Office forecast for the North West, meteorologist Martin Bowles said: "Showers are likely on each of the outlook days, heaviest on Thursday. Warm sunny spells between the showers will raise temperatures to around average for the time of year."