Liverpool is set for a sunny Bank Holiday Monday, but there's heavy rain to come later this week.
People across the city have woken up to sunny bright skies, with the sunshine expected to stick around until the afternoon when it could cloud over.
Temperatures are also cooler than recent weeks, with a high of 17 degrees C predicted across Merseyside.
Tomorrow is also expected to stay dry with sunny spells, giving us a good start to September.
You can expect a gentle breeze along with the sunshine and a high of 18 degrees.
But on Wednesday it's a different story, as heavy rain moves in.
Wednesday is predicted to get off to a dry start, but by early afternoon the rain moves in and is expected to be heavy well into the evening.
The rest of the week is forecast to be brighter, however, with sunshine and dry weather forecast going in to the weekend.
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The Met Office forecast for the North West said: "It will remain largely dry and settled with a good deal of cloud building up as the afternoon progresses. However, some sunny breaks are still be possible too. Feeling cool. Gentle winds.
"Through this evening, cloud will tend to break. Tonight will then be largely dry with clear periods and a light breeze. It will be quite cool.
"After a chilly start, tomorrow will be largely dry and settled with some sunny intervals, although a good deal of cloud will tend to build up into the afternoon. A little milder. Gentle winds.
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"Wednesday will be cloudy and windy with showers or steadier periods of rain, possibly heavy at times tapering to showers late in the day.
"Thursday will continue breezy and a few mist or drizzle patches are possible in the morning.
"Lengthening sunny spells in the afternoon. Friday will see sunny , although a good deal of cloud will tend to build up into the afternoon."