There’s a chance that Merseyside could see further storms and snow throughout March according to the Met Office long range forecast.
After a windy few days on Merseyside which saw two storms being named and maximum gusts of 80mph, the wet and windy theme is set to continue.
The Met Office has named the 5th Storm of the season
Just a few days after storm Doris brought 80 mph winds to the region, the weather is expected to calm right down over the weekend.
Emergency services were called out many times to deal with storm related damage such as fallen trees and partially collapsed buildings.
If Merseyside or the rest of the UK see another storm, what will it be called ?
Could we see another storm as strong as Doris ?
Winds will ease overnight but the Met Office are now warning Merseyside of ICE that could form on untreated road surfaces.
Dramatic pictures and video shows the scale of damage caused by the storm, which has uprooted trees and damaged buildings.
Storm Doris has been battering the region all day with 80 mph winds.