Sun bathing at the water’s edge and picnic in Sefton Park are just a few of the activities that people have enjoyed outside on Wednesday.
Office workers have been seen to enjoy their lunch break at the Pier Head, despite the sweltering temperatures.
Other people have gone to the River for water sports, while a few remained in the shadow, like a man who has laminated quietly his journal in the gardens of Abercromby Square.
Liberty Wait, and Bea Morrison were part of the hundreds of sunbathing near the docks and the Liver Building, a popular spot on sunny days.
The friends have taken advantage of the weather by posing for photos with their buddies in one of the many Lambananas of the city.
A man in shirt flower even took 10 minutes out of his day to lie down and read his book under the rays.
The warm weather is expected to remain in Liverpool for the next few days, the Met Office has issued an “alert” heat in the city.
They have also predicted Thursday temperatures “extreme” for the whole of Merseyside.
tomorrow, Liverpool could face an explosion of heat 30 ° C – making this one of the hottest days of time-to-time.
By issuing a heat alert, the Met Office said: “there is a 90% probability that the criteria of warmth and health are respected between 9: 00 a.m. Wednesday and 21: 00 on Friday in some parts of England.
“A period of winds from the south-east will draw hot air from the continent that, combined with sunshine almost uninterrupted, will result in daytime temperatures in the low 30s Wednesday and Thursday.
“The risk will then be transferred to the north and east across the rest of England during the day on Friday. “
The Met Office added: “another hot day with plenty of sunshine, which can sometimes become cloudy. This leads to another night to dry and hot to follow. ”
Things have, however, worsened on Friday, when thunderstorms are expected to hit the region.
Speaking of this weekend, the Met Office said: “It is cooler on Friday as heavy showers and potential storms erupt, escaping slowly to the north-east during the night.
“The temperatures will continue to drop over the weekend, with sunshine and showers throughout the region. ”
Later in the week, however, a number of weather warnings yellow have also been issued for the region.
The Met Office said the storms would probably be the hottest day of the year.
The organization has issued the warning for 12 hours on Friday afternoon at 6 o’clock on Saturday morning.
The warning said: “thunderstorms could cause flooding and disruption in some places.
“There is little chance that homes and businesses are flooded rapidly, with damage to some buildings due to flooding, lightning, hail, or high winds
“Where flooding and / or lightning occur, there is a risk of delays and cancellations of train services and bus
“Spray and flash floods could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures
“There is a small chance that some communities are cut by roads that are flooded
“There is a slight chance that power outages may occur, and other services to some homes and businesses are lost. “