Unsettled week ahead for Wirral as more wind and rain will batter the region

Ken Kenneth

It’s going to be another wet and windy week for Wirral as there’s more unsettled weather on the way.

Blustery showers will continue through the day on Monday and Tuesday with winds gusting at around 45 mph at times.

Although there will be sunny spells for many, thunder and hail could accompany the heavier showers.

Under clear skies on Tuesday night pockets of frost are likely as more settled conditions associated with a brief ridge of higher pressure pass through.

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Rain and increasingly strong winds will move in from the west on Wednesday morning spreading across the whole of the UK through the day.

Rain will be persistent and heavy at times in Wales and north western England overnight and a further front will move through on Thursday bringing heavy downpours.

Although there is rain and wind on the way, there is some good news that so far as of Monday, there are no named storms on the way and any periods of windy weather won’t be as strong as recently.