Heavy rain is forecast on Saturday for the NW. Be aware that 20-40mm of rain could fall in places
A weekend of two halves. Wet and windy on Saturday. Improving on Sunday after a grim start
On Thursday night, 17mm of rain fell in 12 hours in Turnerford, and the forecast looks particularly complicated over the next 24 hours
A section of the M56 near Manchester Airport will be closed in both directions because a bridge over the motorway is being demolished. People heading to the airport on one of the busiest weekends of the year for holiday flights are being urged to plan ahead and use diversions.
Fans can enter the competition by donating £5 which will go towards Stand Up To Cancer, a joint fundraising campaign led by Cancer Research UK and Channel 4. The prize includes return flights to Miami, accommodation, tickets to the final show of the Where We Are tour and a chance to meet the band on October 5. The winner will also receive signed merchandise.
Harry Styles from Cheshire and the other band members say they've been working with the charity Stand Up to Cancer for a while and they wanted to offer a very special prize to raise money for research.
– Claire Rowney, Stand Up to Cancer
"This is an incredible prize that One Direction have given and we're so grateful to them for their support.
We've made amazing progress against cancer in the past few decades but more than one in three of us in the UK will develop cancer in our lifetime so we can't afford to stand still.
Cancer is a complex disease - there are more than 200 types and thousands of subtypes, which is why funding more research is imperative to be able to find a cure."
If you want to enter the competition then you can click here to find all the details.
Mark Mosley from the Highways Agency says the bridge demolition has been well planned for 2 years and disruption will be kept to a minimum.
Customer Services Director, Tricia Williams says people need to arrive in plenty of time at the weekend and be prepared for a bit of a wait.
The mother of a gay teenager, murdered in Liverpool, is urging the city to get behind the annual Pride March on the sixth anniversary of her son's death tomorrow. Marie Causer says she thinks of her son as the final preparations are made for the event on Saturday.
"He'd have been so excited he wouldn't have been able to sleep."
She says there will two opportunities to remember the teenager who was beaten to death, because he was gay, at a party. The first will be during speeches at the start of the March on St George's Plateau at 11am on Saturday. The second will be during a 2 minute silence at the main waterfront stage at 5.45pm.