People living in the Easthorpe area of Nottingham have spoken out of their fears as heavy rains are predicted to hit the region tonight.
One resident, Jill Morris, said she was "terrified" after spending the week cleaning up the mess caused by flash flooding when weeks of hot weather broke on Monday night.
The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for the majority of the region.
The yellow warning means people should "be aware" of the chance of heavy downpours and thunderstorms this evening.
The Met Office has issued a "yellow" warning of rain for the Midlands this weekend with heavy showers expected to develop in the region this afternoon and into Sunday.
It is thought that as much as 30mm of rain could fall within an hour and 50mm or more in less than three hours this evening.
The Met Office says:
"The public should be aware of the risk of localised disruption to travel, due to surface water flooding and lightning strikes."
Watch again: Customers trapped inside Nottinghamshire pub after flash floods earlier this week.