No there is a less chance of THC to appear in your blood tests. Let me explain to you how it works. Marijuana contains an active ingredient called as Delta- 9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that brings about a sense of relaxation. As soon as it consumed, it enters the blood stream and usually the effect lasts for 1- 4 hours. During that period, it causes stimulation of the brain, which releases dopamine and causes euphoria. THC also causes increased thirst and hunger, dry mouth, pain relief.
Smoking is one of the risk factors, which interact with hypertension causing increased heart rate and may lead to Ischemic heart disease.
In regard to your question, THC will not appear in your report but since you have been a chronic pot smoker, it would have had some effect on your blood pressure. So there may be an increased blood pressure in your test.