Skies are expected to be mostly clear on Sunday night / Monday morning to view the rare supermoon lunar eclipse on Merseyside.
In clearer skies it will feel quite chilly across the region, so if you are doing some late night stargazing you may have to wrap up!
There may be some very brief interruptions from cloud as we head further towards dawn, but with eclipse lasting one hour and 12 minutes then cloud shouldn’t really affect your chances of watching the Eclipse.
The Met Office have said: “Cloud may spoil the view of the moon in the far northwest of Scotland.
“But conditions are generally good elsewhere for viewing the eclipse”
— BBC Weather (@bbcweather) September 26, 2015