After a number of false starts the warm weather appears to have finally arrived on Merseyside.
Pensioners sat out on deck chairs and families headed for the city's parks as temperatures soared to around 22°C on one of the warmest days of the year so far.
Charlie McGuiness, who lives on one of the city's famous Bread Streets, put his feet up to soak up some sunshine earlier today.
The Robinson family headed to Crown Street Park and treated their boys to an ice cream each.
Everton Brow was popular with sun seekers too.
The forecast suggests temperatures could top 23°C tomorrow with the public advised to use sun screen as crowds head for beaches and parks.
The city centre is expected to be busy tonight with people meeting up with friends for drinks with a day off work tomorrow.
Merseyside Police have said they will be out in the city to make sure people stay safe.
The force shared a message on social media which read: "We hope you are all enjoying a safe and relaxing May bank holiday weekend. Officers are again out patrolling the city centre this evening on foot helping to make sure those enjoying the night time economy have a safe night out with their friends and family."