As the Easter weekend approaches, the next few days are expected to be the busiest in the UK so far this year as people head for a break.
Here's a full list of the roads affected by the wet and windy weather - with up to an inch of rain expected to fall today.
Dozens of roads are closed across the Midlands this morning due to flooding, including a number of main A routes.
The Midland Metro is suspended between Birmingham Snow Hill and Wolverhampton St Georges due to a power failure.
Evington Road closed due to police incident between Abingdon Road and St Stephens Road.
More to follow...
Drivers will have to make an eleven-mile detour to get to East Midlands Airport from Monday because of roadworks.
The junction of the M1 and A453 - which leads to the airport - will close between 8pm and 6am each night while a new carriageway is built.
It's expected to last for seven weeks. The Highways Agency says diversions will be in place but drivers should allow an extra thirty minutes for their journey.
Lawford Road leading into the centre of Rugby completely flooded. Please avoid the area.
The A61 Dronfield bypass is closed in both directions due to a serious road collision involving a Citroen car and a cyclist.
A14 Westbound closed, long delays due to overturned lorry between J2 A508 Harborough Road (Kelmarsh) and J1 A5199 (Welford), congestion on A14 to J3 A6 / B576 (Rothwell / Desborough).
Two lanes closed and slow traffic due to accident, two cars involved on M6 Southbound between J3A M6 Toll and Corley Services.
Chelmsley Road in Solihull is closed in both directions after a crash between a car and a bus.
We are currently in attendance at an RTC Chelmsley road Solihull. The road is closed in both directions, please avoid http://t.co/1g0MuaN6aQ
A495 in both directions closed, heavy traffic due to accident, a tractor, car and a motorbike involved near Ellesmere Road.
Reports of one lane closed due to vehicle fire on M1 Northbound between J14 A509 (Milton Keynes) and J15 A45 / A508 (Northampton).
One of the three lanes is reported closed.