Preston weather forecast: This is when it will rain in Preston as conditions set to become more unsettled

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The weather is set to be bright today, with sunshine and warm temperatures throughout the day.

But temperatures are set to dip as the week progresses, with conditions set to become unsettled.

But temperatures are set to dip as the week progresses, with conditions set to become unsettled.

But temperatures are set to dip as the week progresses, with conditions set to become unsettled.

What will the weather be like this morning in Preston?

This morning will be bright, with sunshine throughout. The temperature will reach 11C by 12pm.

What will the weather be like this afternoon in Preston?

This afternoon will continue to be bright, with the temperature increasing to its peak of 13C by 3pm and remaining so throughout the rest of the afternoon.

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

This evening will be clear and dry, with the temperature dipping to 7C by 9pm. Overnight temperature of 6C.

What will the weather be like tomorrow in Preston?

Tomorrow will be then be cooler and duller, with cloud and light rain throughout most of the day and a maximum temperature of 10C.


What is the long-term forecast for Preston?

The Met Office UK outlook for Sunday 3 March to Tuesday 12 March said: “Wet and windy weather will continue on Sunday with gales and blustery showers in the north.

“The heaviest rain will be in the northwest, though heavy blustery showers are also likely in Wales, as well as central and southern England.

“Longer dry and bright spells are likely in eastern Scotland and northeast England. Spells of wet and windy weather are likely to continue through next week, interspersed with some drier, brighter periods.

“Further strong winds and gales are likely in exposed areas, particularly in the northwest.

"Temperatures will be around normal for the start of spring, though they will be lower than the mild or warm weather that many of us have had recently. On high ground in the north, it may be cold enough for some snow to fall.”