Merseyside and the rest of the UK basked in the hottest April temperatures in 70 years on Thursday
It was that warm, temperatures were higher than on any other April 19th before it, making Wednesday the hottest April 19th ever.
Even though the man was trapped and sheltering from the rain behind a concrete post on Little Eye Island, he had signalled that he wanted to spend the tide there.
This week will see the hottest temperatures of the year with the UK being hotter than parts of Europe.
The warm weather is expected to at least last for four days as the warm air holds its grip.
It is highly likely that next week will see the hottest temperatures of the year as air from Spain pushes further north over the UK.
Grand National Day should feel warmer and may even include the odd spell of sunshine.
Today it’s Ladies Day and thousands will head to Aintree racecourse, but what will the weather be like ?
Weather can often impact racing results and the members of the public that turn up, so will you need a brolly or the sunglasses ?
This video captured the moment when RNLI teams rescued three people cut off by mud and water on a Merseyside beach.