Heavy rain and wind are set to plague bonfire night in Sefton and West Lancashire.
According to the Met Office Thursday afternoon is set to bring persistent rain which will be heavy at times. By 8pm the showers are expected to clear away into the East, but gales are likely throughout the night.
The mild November trend looks set to continue however with highs of 14 degrees expected on November 5.
A better forecast is in store for Friday, with only a slight risk of showers and a cloudy night expected.
The rain is also predicted to stay away for Saturday night, which has a very similar forecast to Friday, staying dry and mild.
If you’re thinking of going to a display we have complied a comprehensive list of all the displays taking place across the area , so there’s no excuse for missing out on fireworks and fun. Enjoy!
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