Good Morning on Thursday 29th April. It’s 3°C with a north easterly breeze of 7mph in #Sefton
Sunny spells and the occasional scattered shower to start. Showers developing more widely into the afternoon as further cloud moves in and perhaps turning wintry over high ground. Perhaps the isolated shower of hail. Feeling cold, especially in the breeze. Maximum temperature 12°C.
Cloud breaks up into the night, and showers die away leading to a dry and chilly night with potential rural frosts. Towards the morning the occasional shower starts up again. Minimum temperature 0°C.
High Tide today is at 1:18pm (9.40m)
Low Tide is at 8:04pm (0.60m)
The sun sets tonight at 8:39pm
Todays photo was taken in the National Trust at Formby at the beginning of Squirrel Walk. This is a beautiful part of Sefton where you will see Red Squirrels in their natural habitat running around the Pinewoods.
Have a fabulous day everyone!