Torrential rain has hit large parts of the West today, causing havoc for commuters, businesses and homeowners.
The Met Office said that in the last 24 hours around two inches fell on many places. Filton near Bristol had nearly 63 millimetres - that's two and a half inches. Winchcombe in Gloucestershire got a 40 millimetre soaking.
Richard Payne looks at how many of us were left stranded by a miserable start to the working week:
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It's looking like a wet week ahead for the South West Helen Plint has the forecast.
It's looking like a wet week ahead for the West. Helen Plint has the forecast.
The veteran wicket-keeper has been captain of Durham since May 2010.