Earlier this week, a warning was issued for the region against heavy rainfall.
The Met Office for Merseyside has now issued two weather warnings this weekend.
According to the weather forecast it will be a wet and windy weekend.
Another 15-25 mm may occur quite far, perhaps up to 50 mm in height.
Rain outbreaks will spread throughout the UK during the course of Sunday, with long periods of heavy rain in many western areas later on.
After heavy rainfall in these areas in the previous days, flooding and traffic disruptions are possible.
Strong to stormy southwesterly winds are likely, and there is a possibility that the fall of leaves will exacerbate the flooding in some areas.
Both warnings apply from Sunday, November 1, 6 p.m. in the evening until Monday, November 2, 6 a.m.
But for the region a yellow weather warning for wind has now been issued.
On Saturday morning a belt of very strong and possibly gusty southerly winds will develop, with gusts of 60-65 mph, perhaps 70 mph on exposed coasts and hills.
During the afternoon, the winds will become more westerly and gradually decrease over England and Wales.