Merseyside has now been issued a yellow severe weather warning for strong winds as 60mph gusts are expected to batter the region.
On Friday storm Callum is set to hit the country which will bring heavy rain and strong winds to Merseyside.
Parts of the UK have been warned that severe gales could be a ‘danger to life’ with gusts of over 80 mph forecast.
Wednesday is expected to be the hottest October day since 2011 according to forecasters.
This on-board footage shows what it is like for RNLI crews to smash through large waves during a storm.
This time lapse footage filmed over 30 minutes shows the storm moving in over the River Mersey and smashing into Liverpool today.
The second storm of the season has been named by the Met office as Storm Bronagh.
Storm Ali hit the Merseyside today as 63 mph winds battered the region with fallen trees bringing travel disruption.
An area of low pressure containing strong winds and heavy rain this weekend, resulting in Merseyside being placed on a severe yellow weather warning.
There’s a growing risk that Merseyside could see their strongest winds towards the end of the week, when another deep area of low pressure arrives.