Blackpool weekend weather forecast and tide times: Yellow weather warnings for thunderstorms from Met Office
A stark contrast to recent sunny weather is in store for the resort, as yellow warnings for thunderstorms remain in place for much of the weekend.
Yellow weather warnings for thunderstorms will remain in place for Mid Wales, Scotland and the North of England, including Blackpool, from Friday until late on Saturday night.
The Met Office said heavy, slow-moving showers, some thundery, may cause travel disruption and flooding in a few places.
Friday will see light rain with some heavier showers through the morning, with rain clearing up by around 3pm and turning cloudy. The maximum temperature will be 17C.
Light rain will return overnight heading into Saturday morning, with continuous light showers expected throughout the day until early Sunday morning.
Light showers early on Sunday morning will turn into heavier showers, which are expected through the day until early evening.
There will be a cloudy start to Monday morning, but the rain will be back as heavy showers set in by 10am, tapering off into lighter showers by Monday evening.
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Met Office Forecast in full:
Friday: Maximum daytime temperature: 17C, minimum nighttime temperature 14C. Yellow weather warning for thunderstorms.
Saturday: Maximum daytime temperature: 18C, minimum nighttime temperature 15C. Yellow weather warning for thunderstorms.
Sunday: Maximum daytime temperature 17C, minimum nighttime temperature 15C. Light rain with some heavy showers throughout the day.