- Updates on Monday 31 October
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Cloud will build from the north tonight, with hill fog likely. Outbreaks of rain will also move southwards overnight but they will be mostly light.
Tomorrow starts cloudy with showers continuing to move southwards.
Temperatures will be slightly cooler than today.
A half-term Halloween event in Fleetwood is offering schoolchildren the chance to learn more about one of the most famous dinosaurs.
Two animatronic T. rex dinosaurs have returned for a second year to the town as part of an educational event.
- The new £140m Heysham link road is officially opened nearly 70 years after it was first suggested
- Motorists in the centre of Preston face being fined for using part of the city's shared space scheme under new congestion plans
- The deadline for community groups to express an interest in taking over the running of Lancashire County Council's surplus buildings ends later
BBC Lancashire Sport
Burnley defender Michael Keane says he is hopeful of retaining his place in the England squad.
The 23-year-old was an unused substitute after being handed his first international call-up for the World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia earlier this month.
Keane was part of Burnley's defensive unit that withstood 37 attempts in Saturday's Premier League draw against Manchester United.
A £140m road linking Heysham to the M6 has been opened nearly 70 years after it was first suggested.
The three-mile (4.8km) Bay Gateway connects the village's port and power stations to the motorway at Junction 34.
Alongside the remodelled junction, a park-and-ride site for 650 cars and a bridge at Lune West have been built.
The dual carriageway was originally proposed in Road Plan for Lancashire, a 1948 planning document.
Firefighters were called out to reports a man in his 90s was trapped in a house fire in Barrowford.
BBC Lancashire Sport
Blackburn Rovers manager Owen Coyle says defender Tommie Hoban could face a lengthy spell on the sidelines after dislocating his shoulder in a training ground accident.
The 22-year-old, who joined on-loan from Watford in August, is waiting to find out if he will require an operation.
The deadline for community groups to express an interest in taking over Lancashire County Council's surplus buildings ends later.Copyright: BBC
In March, County Hall delayed the closure of the facilities for six months so interested organisations could come forward to negotiate ownership.
The authority plans to make savings of £150m by 2020, which would see five museums and 29 libraries close.
Motorists in Preston face being fined for using part of the city's shared space scheme.Copyright: Lancashire County Council
The plan includes stopping cars from turning right at the junction of Butler Street and Fishergate, while traffic leaving St George's Centre car park will now have to use Chapel Street and exit the centre through Avenham.
It is part of an initial six-month scheme to tackle congestion ahead of the Christmas shopping period.
Sunny spells will develop during the afternoon and it will feel pleasant for this time of year.
Cloud will thicken from the north tonight, with hill fog likely. Outbreaks of rain will move southwards overnight but they will be mostly light.
Lows tonight of 10C.
A woman has been taken to hospital after suffering burns in a fire at a house in Fulwood near Preston.Copyright: Google
The blaze on Barnacre Close started about 09:00.
She had left the house by the time firefighters arrived and the cause of the fire is now under investigation.
The new Heysham link road has been officially opened in a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning.
The £140m 3 mile (4.8km) project links Heysham to the M6.
Work began on the new road in 2014, more than 60 years after it was first envisaged.
- Police say they "fear for the well being" of a man who went missing after a collision on the M6 near Galgate on Friday
- A new £140m link road between Heysham and the M6 is officially opened
- A woman suffers burns in a house fire in Fulwood
BBC Radio 5 live
As we head towards winter, men and women could find themselves arguing about the thermostat – because of differences in their biological make-up.
Researchers at Lancaster University say men and women have different temperature comfort ranges due to the differences in the distribution of fat between the sexes.Quote Message: Women have a thicker layer of fat under the skin and when we get cold, the muscle is what shivers to keep us warm. It takes longer for the heat to get through that layer women have. from Dr Adam Taylor Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, Lancaster University
A group of Blackburn fans staged a protest against the club's owners during Saturday's Championship game against Wolves.
Blackburn fans held a protest outside the ground before kick-off, while the timing of their late entry and early departure reflected the date of the club's founding in 1875.
The protest, organised by Blackburn Rovers Action Group, followed anger by supporters over the way they feel owners Venky's are running the club.
Several banners criticising the owners were visible in the sparsely-populated stands at Ewood Park throughout the match.
Police are trying to trace a man who disappeared after a collision on the M6 on Friday.Copyright: Google
Officers believe 26-year-old Wesley Thomasson from Bolton was at the wheel of a car that crashed off junction 33, Galgate, and ended up in a field.
He is being urged to come forward as they are concerned about his well-being following the crash.
Calls are being made to sign up volunteers to help organise the ‘at risk’ 2017 Accrington Carnival.
- Police fear for the well-being of a man who went missing after a crash on the M6 on Friday
- A new multi-million pound road linking Heysham to the M6 will officially open later
- Motorists in Preston face being fined for using part of the city's shared space scheme under new congestion plans
Blackpool town centre has been transformed with more than 30 installations and sculptures, as the first Lightpool Festival in the resort got under way over the weekend.
It features artists including Yoko Ono, Mads Christensen and Mark Titchner, as well as upcoming talents.
The installations create a 4km (2.5m) walking route around the town and are on display until Wednesday.