The heaviest rain from last night's significant Atlantic storm - which has been nicknamed the St Jude's Day storm - is now clearing the east coast of England.
Winds are now beginning to ease, but it will still be blowy, gusts 25-30mph. Showers continue through the middle part of the day, then mostly die away during Monday afternoon. Feeling cool in the wind.
The strongest wind gusts last night were across the Isle of Wight, Needles Old Battery, 86 knots, 99mph.
Strongest winds through the region were recorded in Donna Nook, Lincolnshire 44knots, 51mph as well as Shobdon Airfield in Hereford and Worcester 42 knots, 48mph.
Highest rainfall total from 10am Sunday to 10am Monday was recorded in Cardiff at 52.6mm.
Highest regional rainfall totals for the same period:
In the west, Wellesbourne, Warwickshire 35.6mm and in the east, Wainfleet Lincolnshire 33.8mm.