The Northern light could be visible over parts of Merseyside tonight.
Lasts nights natural light show created some stunning scenes on Wirral.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Centre in the US has issued a rare magnetic storm watch from Monday November 2.
Last week the Northern Lights (Aurora) lit up the skies above Merseyside and forecasters have said that the dramatic light show could return tonight.
The Met Office say that a combination between the direction of solar winds and the time of year means that the Northern Lights will be extra visible for a few weeks.
If skies stay clear then some parts of Merseyside could be able to spot the Northern lights tonight.
New study shows that 2014’s record temps was at least 10-times more likely because of human-caused climate change.
Wirral & Merseyside basked in 20C temperatures last week and that will seem like a distant memory, as Arctic air sweeps across the country this week.
High pressure that has allowed the region to bask in 20C temperatures will slowly fade away, with a low pressure system taking it’s place, meaning a more unsettled theme to the weather.
(our video of the severe weather on 31st March) March was a specular month on Merseyside for weather on earth and in space. Across the region, throughout march, our Facebook and twitter followers sent us amazing pictures of lenticular clouds, the solar eclipse and the Northern lights, as well as other stunning weather photos. MORE:…