Heavy rain and 60mph gales to hit Liverpool with a storm on the horizon
The Met Office has warned of heavy rains and gales as early as next week.
The greatest chance of gales will be in the north and north-west of the UK, with some forecasting winds of 60 mph in places.
AccuWeather senior meteorologist Adam Douty told the Express stormy weather would return after the weekend.
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He said: “It looks like a stormy weather pattern will unfold across the UK from early next week as several areas of low pressure move towards the eastern Atlantic to the north. western Europe.
“This will likely bring several rounds of rain and wind to the area.
“While it is not clear whether any of these systems will reach the level of a windstorm, they can cause wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph in many areas, and possibly gusts of. wind 50 to 60 mph along typical wind areas along the west coast causing travel disruption. “
The Met Office forecast for the entire Northwest said:
Another cold start on Saturday but gradually becoming cloudier and milder throughout the day.
Remaining dry with a moderate breeze developing along the coasts. Maximum temperature 16 ° C.
Outlook from Sunday to Tuesday:
Mainly beautiful Sunday, but more risk of clouds and rain in the north. Becoming unstable and windier the next week and remaining mild day and night.