Rain-lashed Britain shows no sign of drying up as downpours are set to continue through the weekend and into next week.
Much of England and Wales will continue to be soaked, and conditions will become more unpleasant as strong winds and downpours hit tonight.
Drought-afflicted areas are braced for the possibility of flash floods as up to 40mm of rain is forecasted to fall in places.
England and Wales have experienced the wettest week since December with forecasters seeing no sign of the rain letting up and supermarkets reporting soaring sales of wellies and umbrellas in the face of the deluge.
As flood waters start to recede forecasters warn the recent deluges could be followed by unseasonable frost and sub-zero temperatures.
Parts of England and Wales are facing fresh floods after heavy rain lashed southern Britain. It follows the wettest April on record.
Parts of England and Wales were braced for more heavy rain and potential flooding after three days of storms left one person dead.