It’s Halloween on Saturday so we have the latest weather information if you’re heading out to a scary party or taking the kids out trick or treating.
It’s unlikely that Merseyside will see the record Halloween temperatures that we experienced last year, but this Halloween is looking to feel rather mild.
Current forecasts point to a mainly cloudy dry day on Saturday with light southerly winds, temperatures will be a mild 15C.
Light rain will clear during the morning so as you head out with the little ones for some trick or treating later, the weather will stay dry and mainly cloudy with the chance of some brighter spells, there’ll be a mix of sometimes clear skies and cloud during Halloween Night.
The Met Office say temperatures will “often be above the seasonal average”, with highs of around 14/15 degrees on Saturday.
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