Severe gales are on their way back to Wirral on Tuesday, as a new storm sweeps in from the Atlantic.

The borough is still recovering from the damage and chaos caused by Storm Arwen last month, that brought down hundreds of trees all over the peninsula.

But now a new storm - named Barra - is on its way, caused by a deep area of low pressure off the Irish coast.

A yellow weather warning has been put in place across Merseyside for tomorrow with adverse weather currently predicted to arrive at about 11am.

The Met Office forecast says: "A bright and cold start but clouding over as Storm Barra arrives. Becoming very windy with severe gales in places. Outbreaks of heavy rain, falling as snow over high ground. Maximum temperature 4 °C."

What to expect from a yellow weather warning