The Met Office has issued five weather warnings across the UK for this weekend, including Merseyside.
High winds and torrential rain are set to batter the country on Saturday as a developing area of low pressure moves north east.
Forecasters have issued the series of alerts and told the public to expect large waves at coastal areas, delays to public transport and difficult driving conditions
Gusts of up to 65mph and "quite persistent rain" which could lead to flooding, are predicted.
Merseyside will wake up to torrential rain on Saturday morning, but temperatures will be mild, at around 11°C.
It is forecast to rain all through the day and all Sunday, where the temperatures will drop to 5°C, but could feel more like -1°C due to the wind chill.
A yellow weather warning for wind is in place across the region from 4am Saturday to 9pm.
Forecaster Matthew Box said: "We have a developing low pressure that's going to pass across the northern half of the UK and it's going to bring some disruptive weather as it does so.
"That weather will be a mixture essentially of rain, sleet and hill snow for a time, and also some strong winds.
"Given that some of that ground is already saturated, and has had quite a lot rainfall recently, this spell of further persistent rain is cause for a little bit of concern and we could see some localised flooding."