Heatwave conditions are set to return next week as the country is blasted with another spell of hot air.
The warm sunshine will return this weekend to Mersyeside, resulting in a dry and pleasant few days.
The Met Office has warned Merseyside to expect heavy thundery downpours, which will end the regions spell of dry and sunny weather.
There are signs that the longest heatwave since 1976 will end this week as temperatures are set to dip across the region.
There’s plenty to spot this month over Merseyside if skies stay clear.
The Met Office has warned Merseyside that there is a 90 % probability of heatwave conditions from now until 9am Monday.
The heatwave is expected to at least continue throughout this week, with signs of the warm weather lasting most of next week too.
Mars will approach earth in the closest pass in 15 years this month.
Merseyside and the rest of the UK will enjoy further warm spells of sunshine for at least another two weeks.
A large fire broke out at a park in Wallasey Park for the second night in a row on Monday night.
The heatwave conditions will continue though the start of the week on Merseyside.