Merseyside had days of heavy rain this week which has resulted in some flooding and weather warnings.
Transport services, roads and parks struggled with the amount of water falling on already saturated ground on Wednesday morning.
Central Park in Wallasey saw a large part of a public footpath blocked as water from other areas of the park poured into one area.
Parts of the M53 near woodchurch was blocked due to flooding and some Chester and Ellesmere Port lines were disrupted on Merseyrail.
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Thursday has saw more rain but it hasn’t been as heavy, these conditions are expect to continue through the weekend.
The weather isn’t set to get drier until next week when there may even be some sunny spells.
The Met Office say: “Staying unsettled this weekend and on Monday, with a mixture of sunny spells and showers, some heavy in places. Feeling warmer than of late.
They added that drier and sunnier weather could be on the way as we head into the second half of the month.
They aded: “After an unsettled and cool first half of June, somewhat drier and more settled weather is likely to develop for many during the second half of the month.
“Although next week may still be rather changeable and showery, it will be warmer than of late with some sunshine and drier interludes.”
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