The Northern lights were visible last night as a faint green glow lit up the sky.
Stargazers were treated to the stunning light display last night as the Northern Lights were visible across Wirral.
Clear skies made it perfect to view the natural light display, although it was a freezing night for many.
Temperatures dipped to near freezing on Merseyside and the region woke up to a widespread frost this morning due to the cold weather.
As well as the fog patches it’s a very cold start to the day, with a widespread #frost, away from the southeast and extreme northwest. Temperatures have dipped as low as -5 degrees. pic.twitter.com/iGPTVDHvQ9
— Met Office (@metoffice) November 8, 2017
The weather is expected to remain on the cold side today, as temperatures wont climb above 10C and it will feel closer to 6C at times.
The Met Office say: “It will be a crisp and chilly start to the day, with plenty of prolonged sunshine. Cloud will thicken from the northwest”.
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