Good Morning on Tuesday 7th December. It’s 4°C with southeasterly winds of 12mph in #Sefton
A frosty start with a risk of icy stretches. Turning very windy through the morning with severe coastal gales and large waves. Outbreaks of rain, sleet and hill snow will push eastwards, with blizzard conditions possible on the highest routes. Maximum temperature 4°C.
Turning drier and clearer overnight with blustery showers of heavy rain, hail and hill snow through the night. Remaining cold. Minimum temperature -1°C.
High Tide today is at 12:49pm (9.10m).
The sun sets tonight at 3:53pm
Storm Barra WEATHER WARNING
Met Office are warning that #StormBarra is due to hit the west coast of the UK overnight tonight, Monday and into Tuesday. Heavy rain and winds gusting up to 70mph are forecast. This follows on the heels of #StormArwen
The effects of the extreme high winds of Storm Arwen are still being dealt with here in the north west as well as in other parts of the country. Some trees damaged before may come down if the winds forecast do arrive.
Extreme weather can cause a high demand for emergency services. Please take weather warnings such as these seriously and take action to keep yourselves safe and reduce risk to others.
* Wheely bins, trampolines and other garden furniture should be either secured or moved into sheds/garages.
*Drivers should avoid coastal routes and the Formby Bypass if possible, especially drivers of high sided vehicles.
*Motorcyclists/cyclists are advised to use alternative transport in high wind conditions, where this is possible.
* Pedestrians should be aware of the possibility of flying debris at all times.
Please do all you can to keep yourselves safe and consider potential risks to others.
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