Liverpool's weather has had a Jekyll and Hyde start to Friday morning with heavy rain and winds hitting the region mixed with short cloud breaks and some sun.
According to the Met Office, heavy rain is predicted throughout the region up until the early afternoon when sunnier, more settled conditions will last until around 9pm.
From then we should see light showers overnight that start to increase around 6am when heavy rain is set to hit again and last until late morning on Saturday.
The wind is also set to continue through to Saturday with westerly winds predicted to peak around 30mph on Saturday morning.
Light, sunny spells are on Saturday afternoon will see the break in the wild conditions and temperatures around 15C.
Sunday is forecast to be cloudier but more settled as temperatures drop again to around a maximum of 15C.
The good news is the winds will have died down by Sunday and next week continues to see more settled weather with temperatures beginning to climb again reaching 17C on Thursday.
Here's a more detailed breakdown of the weather for today and over the weekend.
A wet and breezy start with some bright breaks in the clouds.
Winds will increase throughout the day along with scattered showers and the odd sunny spell.
Showers could turn heavy or even thundery with maximum temperatures of around 14C, meaning it will feel considerably chillier than of late.
Overnight showers will ease for a time before heavy rain pushes south across the region.
It will be windy, with coastal gales possible but the rain is predicted to clear northern areas by dawn.
Minimum temperature 6 °C.
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Once any overnight rain has cleared, there will be a mixture of sunshine and showers across the region which could be heavy at times with thunder possible.
Saturday afternoon should see longer spells of sunshine but winds will remain strong.
Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Outbreaks of rain on Sunday and still fairly breezy but the winds will continue to drop.
A fairly cloudy day on Sunday up until late afternoon, with top temperatures around 15C.