Parts of our region have been left counting the cost of the weekend's flash flooding with a month's worth of rainfall in just a couple of days.
Cambridgeshire was one of the worst affected places with the Fenland town of March suffering the most.
Fire crews there pumped out 11.5 million litres of water from properties and roads. Now the water has gone people are beginning to assess the damage.
David Hodges from March in Cambridgeshire had the painful task of sorting through his possessions, with some help from his neighbour.
Sifting through what can be dried out and saved and what will have to be thrown away.
On Friday, his garage and his conservatory were flooded from the severe rain fall which came down in a matter of hours.
March in Fenland was badly hit with around a months rainfall coming down. Roads were turned into waterways as people looked on in disbelief.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service took more than 300 calls across the county over the weekend and in March alone 11.5 million litres of water were pumped away from properties and roads.
Mobile phone footage taken by Barry Feetham shows the ferocity of the rainfall. He has lived in March for the last 27 years and has never seen anything like it.
In Oakington near Cambridge, Michelle Honey runs a bridal shop which flooded quickly. Luckily she managed to get her stock out in time.
While some people have called the flash floods a freak of nature, others have been critical of how quickly the floods were dealt with by the authorities.
Now the waters have subsided, it seems all that the people affected by the flash floods can do now is just hope it does not happen again.