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High pressure is continuing to dominate the weather on Merseyside this week, which means glorious spells of sunshine and warm weather.
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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.
High pressure is allowing warm, dry and settled conditions to develop across the region for the next few days.
A high pressure system, which is associated with dry and settled conditions, will sit over the whole of UK throughout the weekend and next week.