Good Morning on Friday 30th July. It’s 14°C with northeasterly winds of 7mph in #Sefton
Heavy rain showers, some thundery, as Storm Evert moves eastward throughout the morning. A few sunny spells develop into the afternoon however some lingering showers will remain into the evening. Maximum temperature 18°C.
Daytime showers ease into the evening leaving clear spells. Some further showers possible throughout the night. Feeling cooler and fresher than some recent nights. Minimum temperature 11°C.
High Tide today is at 4:12pm (7.70m)
The sun sets tonight at 9:11pm
Riimrose Valley entrance
The Met Office:
The Met Office has named Storm Evert as coastal gales and rain moved into southwestern UK last night but shouldn’t really affect us up north.
High winds then spread into other coastal counties in England during Friday morning, before easing from the west later on Friday.
The storm name comes as an amber wind warning has been issued for much of Cornwall, as well as the Isles of Scilly, with yellow warnings remaining in place for the wider southwest, southern Wales and along the southern coast of England.
The low pressure system, which will now be called Storm Evert, is moving in from the west on Thursday evening. The highest winds are expected to be over parts of Cornwall during the early hours of Friday, when gusts could reach as high as 75mph in the most exposed areas. Other coastal areas in southern parts of England and Wales will also see high gusts, mainly between 40 and 60mph, and this brings with it the chance for some travel disruption and damage to temporary structures.