More than a month's rain fell across parts of the UK overnight as parts of the south dealt with flash flooding.
Further wet and windy weather is expected tomorrow when the remnants of Hurricane Bertha are expected to hit the UK.
Eastern England was worst affected by heavy downpours, with some areas seeing more than two inches of rainfall in a 24-hour period which led to waterlogged roads in Maidstone, Kent.
Temperatures in the South are expected to reach up to 24C (75F) today while they will be in the high teens further north.
Forecasters said that currently, southern parts of the country are most at risk from "heavy rainfall, strong coastal winds and large waves".
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