A threat-to-life warning has been issued as parts of Britain brace for two more days of heavy rain, ahead of some snowfall and the leftovers of a hurricane later this week.
Some regions are expected to receive the equivalent of two weeks worth of rain in less than an hour.
As at 7.30am there were 78 flood warnings and 191 flood alerts across the nation.
Met Office meteorologist Luke Miall said: “We could see some local quite torrential downpours and a risk of surface water flooding.”
He warned that slow moving clouds on Tuesday meant “we could see as much as 40 to 50mm maybe in a couple of hours in some spots”.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Wales, southern England, East Anglia and the Midlands between 6am and 8pm on Tuesday.
It warns of heavy showers and disruption caused by flooding.
A yellow warning of heavy rain is also in place for southwest Scotland until 10am.