The Red Arrows are back in town this weekend.
We have been lucky enough to see the famous squadron already this month, but they will be flying into Hawarden Airport on Sunday (August 28).
This is ahead of a performance at the Rhyl Air Show later in the day.
Keep your eyes open for any test flights above Chester over the bank holiday.
Officially the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, they were snapped above the city across the weekend of August 5-7.
The Arrows are due to arrive in the region just after 3pm.
Between 5.15pm and 6pm, they will fly from Hawarden to Rhyl, show off their daring artistry, and soar back again.
But there is no rest for the pilots as they will be setting off down to Newquay at about 11.15am on Monday.
A Met Office weather warning for rain is in place for Sunday morning, but it is forecast that the skies will be clear in time for the afternoon.
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