Shocking weather this a.m....down side is it'll wash out waders nests along the coast, upside is it'll be good for seawatching today.
Tide is high in Liverpool at about 9.30am, so if you're free get your best pirate gear on, wrap everything in binbags (especially your 'scope) and get down to New Brighton, Crosby front or Formby Point.
While skuas generally cut right across Liverpool Bay in Spring, from Anglesey to Bowness on Solway (and if you ever go there looking to watch from the viaduct, remember, there is NO viaduct, just a pile of stones) today's conditions may bring them in, and there's always the chance of the odd stormie, Manx Shearwater and all the usual Gannet and Fulmar traffic.
If nothing else you'll get plenty of fresh air.
Tides are even better at the weekend, so I say LET IT BLOW!
Eyes to the skies everyone, eyes to the skies....