A deep area of low pressure is forecast to slam into the UK over the weekend, bringing strong winds and heavy rain.
Merseyside and other parts of the UK saw the sky turn an unusual reddish colour today.
Warmer air from spain is set to warm UK temperatures this weekend according to forecasters.
The Met Office have placed Merseyside on a yellow severe weather warning for strong winds.
This week will be a mixed week of weather for Merseyside, as there will be sunshine , rain and cloud at times.
An area of low pressure will bring strong winds and heavy rain to Merseyside and has been named as the first storm on the season.
Yesterday was one of the hottest Bank Holiday Mondays since 1965, as temperatures peaked at 29C.
Today could be one of the warmest late August Bank Holiday Monday’s since 1965, according to forecasters.
Thunderstorms are hit and miss and forecasters have a hard time forecasting where they may hit.
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