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The Met Office says there's no end in sight to the heavy rain and unsettled weather.
Katy Fawcett reports North East England and Eastern Scotland can expect more persistent rain
Forecasters at Meteogroup said the weather looked set to remain unsettled for at least the next week, with heavy showers and some more persistent rain.
"Parts of the South West have seen up to 50mm of rain, and there has been some localised surface water flooding in Devon and Cornwall''
"Environment Agency staff have been out on the ground clearing blocked drainage screens across St Austell, Pentewan, Mevagissey, Porthtreath and Bude. We also closed the flood gate on the River Batherm in Devon."
– Environment Agency Spokesman
"On Thursday further heavy showers could bring the risk of further localised flooding in Wales, the Midlands and the North West''
As the end of a wet April approaches, Channel 4 News' weather presenter Liam Dutton has been looking ahead to what May holds.
These images from ITV West show a Landrover surrounded by water after heavy rain caused a river to swell in Tiverton in Devon.
The latest Met Office forecast is as follows:
This evening and tonight:
Rain should push into northern UK overnight, stalling over northeastern UK to reinforce persistent rain and hill snow here. More showery further south, with showers merging in places to longer spells of rain. Windy in both northern and southeastern UK.
Persistent rain continuing in northeastern UK, coupled with hill snow and strong winds. Showery elsewhere, these becoming heavy and slow-moving over Wales and northern England, perhaps giving localised surface flooding.
For months farmers have said crops are suffering because of all the dry weather, so this April rain could not have come at a better time.
ITV Westcountry have spent the day with one farmer in the Cotswolds who has been explaining why the rain could help save us money.
You can watch his interview here.