Blackpool weather forecast: Wet and windy weather as Storm Hannah set to hit the UK

The weather is set to be mostly dull today, as forecasters predict cloud and rain throughout the day.
The weather is set to be mostly dull today, as forecasters predict cloud and rain throughout the day.
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The weather is set to be mostly dull today, as forecasters predict cloud and rain throughout the day.

This weekend will see the weather in parts of the UK turn very wet and windy as Storm Hannah is set to hit.

The Met Office said: “An area of low pressure – named Storm Hannah by the Irish Met Service, Met Eireann – will bring strong winds and heavy rain to parts of Britain.”

What will the weather be like this morning in Blackpool?

This morning will see heavy rain throughout. The temperature will reach its peak of 10C by 12pm.

What will the weather be like this afternoon in Blackpool?

This afternoon will continue to see a mixture of light and heavy rain. The temperature will remain at 10C.

What will the weather be like this evening and tonight in Blackpool?

Heavy rain will hit from 7pm onwards, turning lighter at around 10pm. The temperature will dip to 8C by 9pm. Overnight temperature of 7C.

What will the weather be like tomorrow in Blackpool?

Tomorrow is then set to see a mixture of light and heavy rain throughout most of the day, with a maximum temperature of 10C.

What is the long-term forecast for Blackpool?

The Met Office UK outlook for Tuesday 30 April to Thursday 9 May said: “Tuesday looks like being dry and bright for most, with temperatures a little above average, though there is a risk of rain in Northern Ireland.

“A pattern of generally dry weather looks likely to continue for the first few days of May and into the bank holiday weekend.

“Day time temperatures may well become relatively warm and springlike, though less warm than we had last week.

“Reduced cloud amounts at night mean that night time temperatures may be fairly cold, with some fog patches, and even some late frost in susceptible parts of the north.”