There are plenty of firework displays happening on Merseyside during the 3rd, 4th and 5th of November.
Here’s the all important weather forecast if you’re heading out to a display or setting off your own.
Luckily the weather forecast for Mersyside points to it being mostly, but there is a risk of showers as the River of light gets underway
It will feel milder too, with temperatures slightly warmer than recently.
The worst of the weather will be seen through Saturday when winds could be gusting at around 35 mph with some rain, so it’s worth baring this in mind if you’re setting off fireworks yourself.
— Met Office (@metoffice) November 2, 2018
Saturday 3rd November
The day of the River of Light festival rather cloudy during the morning, with patchy rain at first becoming more persistent in the north during the afternoon.
Very windy, with gales likely around exposed coasts and over hills and temperatures around 14C.
Sunday 4th November
Another mild day and less windy so the weather should feel warmer than Saturday.
Cloudy and dry again with a top temperatures of 13C
Monday 5th November
Winds will pick up slightly through Monday but will ease as Bonfire Night approaches around 6pm.
Temperatures still in double figures but with winds it may feel slightly chillier.
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