Merseyside say one of the heaviest snowfalls in over 30 years on 5th January 2010.
Merseyside has been issued more severe weather warnings for heavy rain on Wednesday.
An area of low pressure is expected to move eastwards across Merseyside on Saturday morning and into the afternoon.
The Met Office have issued Merseyside a severe weather warning for fog. The warning is in place from 9pm Sunday – 12pm Monday.
Many areas will miss the heaviest rainfall today, but the places that do see rain could see heavy, sometimes thundery and slow-moving showers.
Families could face months away from properties after homes were severely damaged in Wednesday’s floods.
Parts of Wirral were flooded after a around a months worth of rain fell in just 2 days, over 45mm has fallen since Tuesday.
The Met Office have issued Merseyside a severe weather warning for heavy rain from 8pm Monday – 10pm Tuesday
Merseyside is on alert for storms TODAY.. But Sunday could see some warmer weather.
Research shows that El Nino’s effects on the UK appear to be strongest in winter, causing colder, harsher winters.