The temperature is rising again and parts of Lancashire will experience highs of 21C. Wednesday (June 22) Any clouds that lingered in the morning will dissipate, leaving almost everywhere a clear afternoon and evening.
The pollen count will be very high, so those who suffer from hay fever are warned to act accordingly. Likewise, those heading out to take advantage of the warm weather should make sure to stay hydrated.
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For the wider northwest, the Met Office predicts: “Any early haze and low cloud will dissipate quickly, leaving a fine dry day with plenty of sunny spells. Staying warm. Maximum temperature of 24°C.
Morning: There will be a partly cloudy start to the day but by 8m the clouds will have disappeared leaving clear skies.
Afternoon: The sunshine will continue throughout the afternoon. The temperature will peak at 20°C.
Evening: The evening will see the same sunny conditions, leading to a clear night.
Morning: Burnley should experience sunny intervals until 8am, then a few hours of clear skies between 9am and 12pm.
Afternoon: A sunnier afternoon is expected as clear conditions are encountered with highs of 21C.
Evening: Clear conditions are expected to continue into the evening.
Morning: All clouds will have dissipated by 8:00 a.m., leaving sunny skies for the seaside town.
Afternoon: Temperatures will peak at 21°C around 1 p.m. and will remain high for most of the afternoon.
Evening: The sun will stay out all evening, which means warm conditions all night.
Morning: Lancaster is forecast for a colder early morning than the rest of Lancashire, with mist covering the town until 8am. However, from 9 a.m. the sun will break through, leaving clear skies throughout the morning.
Afternoon: temperatures will only peak at 18°C for Lancaster, but there will be sunshine from wall to wall.
Evening: Clear conditions will remain meaning a warm and bright evening.
Morning: There will be a few clouds at first, but like other areas, this will dissipate around 11 a.m.
Afternoon: Skies will remain clear and temperatures will peak at 21°C.
Evening: There will be no clouds tonight, leaving a starry night ahead.
Morning: The day will be cloudy, but the sun will appear around 11 a.m.
Afternoon: The sun will finally break through completely around 1 p.m., allowing temperatures to peak at 20°C.
Evening: Clouds will not return to the sky over Chorley, leaving a clear and bright evening. The temperature will only drop gradually until mid-teens.