THIS WEEKS WEATHER: Wet & windy but feeling mild on Merseyside

Predicted rain radar for Tuesday night. CREDIT: Met Office

Predicted rain radar for Tuesday night. CREDIT: Met Office

Low pressure will bring an unsettled spell of weather to Merseyside after a rather quiet start to the week.

Monday will be mostly dry with variable amounts of cloud and some bright or sunny spells. Generally on the breezy side, but it should feel fairly mild. Maximum Temperature 15°C.

Tuesday should remain generally dry with some sunny spells. Chance of showers towards the afternoon. It will feel warm in any sunshine. Maximum Temperature 15°C.

Bright start to the week

Bright start to the week

As the week progresses it will turn more unsettled from Wednesday, as bands of rain erratically push northeastwards across the region. It will often be quite windy and chilly at times, especially in the breeze.

More weather fronts will track across the UK during Thursday & Friday bringing more wet and windy conditions to Merseyside, however there will be some bright spells at times and the weather will feel mild, temperatures towards the weekend could creep up to 16C.

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Heavy rain expected through this week.

Heavy rain expected through this week.

Richard Chapman, spokesman for The Weather Network, said to make the most of any dry weather in between downpours.

He said: “Low pressure will bring a muggy south to southeasterly airflow and also cloud and some rain.

“The rain will mainly affect Northern and eastern England as well as Wales and western England.

“Temperatures could rise to 15C at times.

“Things are set to stay rather unsettled on Wednesday, with rain passing eastwards, although probably brighter and drier to the west.

“Strong winds are possible and there’s the risk of another deep Atlantic low developing later in the week.”

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