Sunny intervals will break up largely dry and cloudy climate in Liverpool over the following few days, in response to the Met Office.
The newest forecast states that Liverpool will see highs of 12C as we speak (April 19), as sunny intervals change to cloud within the afternoon. The Met Office’s outlook for the North West as we speak reads: “A mostly dry start, but scattered showers developing through the morning.
“These probably changing into slow-moving and heavy with an opportunity of hail and thunder by the afternoon. Feeling considerably cooler.”
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However, it will get slightly warmer as the week goes on. Tomorrow (April 20) will see highs of 16C, but sunny intervals will be replaced by cloud by late morning. The temperature is set to peak at 15C on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The regional outlook for Thursday (April 21) to Saturday (April 23) is: “Principally dry on Thursday and Friday however changing into considerably cloudier, with cool easterly winds growing. Variable quantities of cloud on Saturday however largely dry with temperatures recovering.”
We can expect slightly sunnier weather on Sunday (April 24), though the temperature will remain the same. The Met Office forecast for Sunday says: “Sunny altering to cloudy by early night”.
Highs of 15C are still expected, but there is every chance that fans heading to Anfield for a crucial Merseyside Derby might catch the last of the day’s sun.