The Met Office have confirmed that hot temperatures are set to bake Merseyside and the rest of the country next week.
After a damp Saturday and a rather cloudy fathers Day on Sunday the brighter weather is set to return.
After storm Hector brought strong winds and heavy rain to Merseyside during the week, people across the region were hoping for the sunshine to return this weekend.
Storm Hector brought strong winds and heavy rain overnight on Wednesday and through Thursday to Merseyside.
Road users on Merseyside are being advised to check the weather forecast and road conditions before they travel on Thursday morning as strong winds are forecast.
The Met Office has named storm Hector which will batter the UK bringing strong winds and heavy rain.
The strong winds and rain will arrive as an area of low pressure picks up strength over the Atlantic.
Forecasters at the weather channel are say that the UK will have more rain, strong winds and thunderstorms this summer.
Merseyside has had a week of warm dry weather and it’s set to continue into the weekend.
The red alert means that the region will have some of the highest pollen levels in the country, which is bad news for hey fever sufferers.