Liverpool’s heatwave comes to an end as rain falls and temperatures plunge.
The hot weather that has been plaguing Liverpool for the past few weeks is due to come to an end this week.
Merseyside will have a lot more unpredictable weather during the coming week, instead of wall-to-wall sunshine and temperatures in the mid-20s.
The weather is expected to be dry on Monday and Tuesday, but temperatures will drop into the mid teens, making it feel cooler than usual.
On Wednesday, rain is expected, with showers possible throughout the day and temperatures remaining cold.
There is a potential of showers on Thursday, although it is expected to be drier than Wednesday.
More rain is expected to fall on Friday, with temperatures barely rising above 18 degrees.
According to the Met Office’s prognosis for the entire North West, “Sunny spells are expected Monday morning, but denser cloud will roll in from the south in the afternoon.
“In the afternoon, there may be some rain or showers, but for the most part, it will be dry.
“As high pressure rises in from the southeast, Tuesday will be mostly dry and pleasant, with some sunny spells.
“Overnight, cloud will continue to form, and Wednesday appears to be cloudy, with some outbursts of showery rain moving in from the west in some areas.
“Thursday will become more unsettled and breezy, with additional rain outbreaks expected from the west.”