After a weekend of heavy rain there are further warnings in place this week.
On Tuesday two frontal systems will run across England and Wales bringing further heavy rain, particularly across the hills of northwest England.
20-40mm of rain is expected on already wet ground.
On Wednesday an area of heavy rain is expected to cross the UK from the west.
Up to 50mm of rainfall is expected.
Although this is not unusual for this time of year the fact it is falling on already saturated ground could cause further flooding.
Thousands of people across the region have been protecting their homes from flooding today after heavy rain and wind throughout the weekend.
There are still Flood Warnings and Flood Alerts in much of Cumbria and Southern Scotland.
South Cumbria was worst hit, from where Fiona Marley Paterson sent this report
The Environment Agency has deployed two large pumps - that can can pump a tonne of water every second - to help protect homes. The pumps were brought from the Somerset levels on Friday and are now being used in Cumbria.
High river levels are likely to inundate parts of the Whitesands car park this morning (Sunday) with peak levels at around noon.
Levels will stay high during the high tide due around 1:30pm to 2pm, with more heavy rain due across the region later in the afternoon and evening.
This will likely cause more extensive flooding of the Whitesands and Mill Green, and possibly to other adjacent areas but it's not clear yet to what extent.
Six severe flood warnings are now in place for Kendal.
Homes along the River Kent in the town are considered to be most at risk, says the Environment Agency.
But the Egremont flood risk has now been downgraded to flood warnings only.
It's not clear when flooding is most likely to begin but people in high risk areas are being urged to leave their homes before it happens.
River levels on the River Kent in Kendal are expected to continue rising throughout the morning.
River Kent at Burneside, Steeles Row and Carling Steps
18:45 on 14 Nov 2015
Location: Commercial and residential properties adjacent to the River Kent at Burneside, Steeles Row and Carling Steps Severe Flood Warning
River Kent at Kendal, Castle Cres , Aynam Rd, Lound Rd, Mintsfeet
16:01 on 14 Nov 2015
Location: Commercial and residential properties adjacent to the River Kent at Kendal, Castle Crescent, Aynam Rd, Lound Rd, Mintsfeet, Queen Katherine Street, Stramongate, Waterside and Wildman Street Severe Flood Warning
River Kent at Kendal, Busher Walk, Jubilee Field, Sandes Avenue and Mint Bridge Rd
16:01 on 14 Nov 2015
Location: Commercial and residential properties adjacent to the River Kent at Kendal, Parts Aynam Rd, Busher Walk, Queen Kath St, Sandes Ave, Mint Bridge Rd, Parr St Jubilee Field, along the rivers edge Severe Flood Warning
River Kent at Kendal, Dockray Hall Rd, Natland Aikrigg Ave, Ann St, Back Lane, Beezon Trad Est
15:56 on 14 Nov 2015
Location: River Kent at Kendal, Natland Aikrigg Ave, Ann Street, Back Lane, Beezon Trad Est, Bridge Street, Canal Head, Castle Street, Dockray Hall Rd, Mintsfeet Rd South, Milnthorpe Rd and Street, Nether Street, Parkside, Riverdale Court, Romney Road, South Road Severe Flood Warning
River Kent at Kendal, Benson Green, Burneside Rd, Gilthwaite Rigg, and St Johns Ambulance
15:53 on 14 Nov 2015
Location: Commercial and residential properties adjacent to the River Kent at Kendal, Aikrigg Avenue, Benson Green, Burneside Rd, Gilthwaite Rigg, St Johns Ambulance, Bowling and Social Club
River Kent at Helsington Mills
15:52 on 14 Nov 2015
Location: Agricultural land and isolated properties adjacent to the River Kent at Helsington Mills
Source: Environment Agency
Cumbria Police are warning motorists to only drive if necessary after heavy rain left many roads with standing water.
Officers say that many roads have been affected and the A66 is closed between Stainton and Penrith Road in Keswick due to fallen debris and water.
There was no major flooding last night in Kendal and Egremont - the areas most likely to be affected by the remnants of tropical storm Kate.
The Environment Agency says that five severe flood warnings remain in place for Kendal and six for Egremont.
People living in flood risk areas are still being advised to leave their homes as more rain is expected later today.
Relief centres remain open at Kendal Town Hall and West Lakes Academy in Egremont.
Many of the county's roads, including the A66 at Threlkeld, have minor road surface flooding. Our advice is to drive only if necessary today as it is expected, that with further deteriorating weather conditions, more roads will be affected with an increasing severity.
If you must drive please do so with extreme care. Motorists should not drive through any flood water of which they cannot judge the depth. Also a concern is the spray coming from the roads which decreases a driver's visibility.