Highs in the south of the region could reach 28C (82F) by Friday - but with a higher risk of showersRead the full story ›
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A few showers have bubbled up this afternoon over the Lancashire Pennines but many areas (especially the coastline & Isle of Man) are experiencing some lovely warm sunshine. Highs up to 22C (72F) for Kendal, Cumbria and Myerscough, Lancs.
It's the Summer Solstice today, when the sun is at its highest point in the sky.
The sun will officially be at it's farthest point from the equator at 11.51 BST. Many people count this as the first official day of Summer.
The sun appeared this morning at 4.40 am, and it will set at 9.46 pm making it the longest day of the year.
From this weekend, although a slow process at first, the nights will begin to draw in.
The Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year, happens at 23.03 GMT on 21st December 2014.
Recent press reports have suggested the warm, dry start to June may lead to a Summer drought. The Environment Agency say the risk is normalRead the full story ›
It's the height of hayfever season. Bad news for pollen sufferers but some fantastic viewers pictures - here's a selectionRead the full story ›
Granada Reports viewer Amy Cartwright sent us this picture which appears to show a tornado over Skelmersdale in West Lancashire.
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The Met. Office clarify their position on this summer's forecastRead the full story ›
There were some spectacular lightning strikes through the NW on Saturday 7th June. Here is a selection of your pictures from Saturday nightRead the full story ›
Although increasingly cloudy the Isle of Man should stay dry until after the final race at 1pm. Maximum temperature 16-18 c, light easterly breeze. Shower risk into this evening