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Any showers will ease during the evening to allow clear spells to develop.
Temperatures will drop to around 5C, and patchy fog may form.
Firefighters tackled a blaze that started in a pile of rubbish in Hoghton.
The fire started in a pile of household rubbish on Finnington Lane at about 18:00 on Sunday evening.
Accrid-smelling smoke spread across the nearby M65.
- A family pay tribute to a "fine young gentleman" and "outstanding" footballer killed in a suspected hit-and-run at the weekend
- Police are linking a sexual assault in Colne on Sunday to two other incidents in Nelson and Barrowford in July and August
- Protestors are lobbying MPs at Westminster to call for longer reopening hours for Chorley Hospital's A&E department
A £1.5m project targeting residents living in Blackpool’s most deprived areas is to be extended to the central area of the town.
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The Morecambe boss, Jim Bentley, says speculation linking him with the vacant managerial job at Shrewsbury is just a "rumour".
Bentley has been in charge of Morecambe since replacing Sammy McIlroy in 2011.
Former manager Micky Mellon left the struggling League Two side on Thursday to become the new boss at National League side Tranmere Rovers.
A Lancashire MEP will be leading the investigation into an altercation that left UKIP's Steven Woolfe in hospital.
Sajjad Karim, who is chairman of the code of conduct committee at the European Parliament, will travel to Brussels later ahead of an initial meeting on Wednesday.
UKIP leadership contender Steven Woolfe was discharged from a hospital in Strasbourg yesterday after collapsing following the incident at a party meeting.
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Four towns and cities in the north of England are waiting to discover which one will win the right to host the £5m Great Exhibition of the North in 2018.Copyright: BBC/Steve Partridge/Geograph
An announcement is due in the coming week to reveal whether Blackpool, Bradford, Sheffield or Newcastle and Gateshead will stage the exhibition.
Former Chancellor George Osborne came up with the idea as part of his Northern Powerhouse package.
As well as the £5m for the exhibition, he pledged £15m for a legacy fund.
The number of children arrested in Lancashire has dropped by about 7,000 in the last five years.Copyright: Thinkstock
The figures from the Howard League for Penal Reform show more than 3,000 youngsters were arrested in the county last year - down from nearly 10,000 in 2010.
Campaigners are lobbying MPs in Westminster this afternoon in a bid to get Chorley Hospital's A&E department reopened for longer.
The MP for Chorley, Lindsay Hoyle, will join a delegation from the Protect Chorley Hospital Against Cuts and Privatisation Campaign to meet other Lancashire MPs to discuss their aims.
The unit is set to reopen in January on a part-time basis following an independent review.
A teenage girl who was winched to safety by a Coastguard helicopter after falling from a horse has thanked the ‘heroes’ who helped her.
There will be with plenty of bright or sunny spells through the afternoon, although some showers may move into the east later. Highs this afternoon of 13C.
Any showers will ease this evening to leave clear spells.
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The Morecambe manager, Jim Bentley, has paid tribute to the previous owner following the club's recent takeover.
Brazilian businessman Diego Lemos bought a majority shareholding from Peter McGuigan.
Bentley says McGuigan deserves credit for guiding the club through a difficult period financially.
An intruder who climbed through a window before sexually assaulting a woman in her own home may have tried twice before, police said.
The woman was asleep in Colne when the man attacked her before running off in the early hours of Sunday.
He is described as Asian, in his late twenties with a moustache.
Lancashire Police are linking the incident to two others in Nelson and Barrowford in July and August.
- A man arrested in connection with a crash in Preston in which a 15-year-old boy died from his injuries is bailed
- Lancashire MEP Sajjad Karim is to lead the investigation into an altercation that left UKIP leadership candidate Steven Woolfe in hospital
- Morecambe boss Jim Bentley insists his focus is on Tuesday's game against Notts County despite reports linking him with the vacant management role at Shrewsbury
A family have paid tribute to a "fine young gentleman" and "outstanding" footballer killed in a suspected drink-drive hit-and-run.Copyright: PA
Dylan Crossey, 15, was cycling in Whitestake, Lancashire, at 23:00 BST on Friday when he was in collision with a silver 3 Series BMW.
Dylan died at Manchester Children's Hospital on Saturday.
A 42-year-old man arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and drink-driving remains in custody.
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A film of a singing D-Day Veteran is going to be displayed at an art exhibition in a London car park.
The clip of former Royal Marine Sergeant Jim Baker,who died earlier this year aged 93, is being played out in Drive Thru - a multi-media exhibition for people visiting the indoor car park in Cavendish Square.
Mr Baker, from Blackpool, was was filmed in the back of a black cab singing the old World War One song "Hanging on the old barbed wire" on his way to see a gig by comedian Al Murray
Janet Hodgson, who made the film and accompanied him on two trips abroad, said: "He was tremendous company... I remember trying to find him in Euston Station one time - I was searching frantically when I saw this group of Virgin Train employees roaring with laughter as they gathered round a man in a wheelchair."
More than a dozen firefighters tackled a blaze in a huge pile of domestic waste in Hoghton last night.Copyright: Google
Acrid-smelling smoke from the burning rubbish spread across the M65.
Crews from Bamber Bridge, Chorley and Blackburn were called about 18:00 to land at Finnington Lane.
- The family of a promising young footballer killed in a suspected drink-drive hit-and-run pay tribute to a "fine young gentleman"
- A 70-year-old woman is in a critical condition in hospital after she was hit by a car in Burnley on Saturday
- The former Burnley midfielder Gerry Gow has died of cancer, aged 64