Heavy rain from storm Desmond has caused serious flooding and evacuations in parts of Scotland, Cumbria, Northumberland and the Borders.
The river Eden in Appleby, Cumbria has burst it banks, putting at least 50 properties at risk the Environment Agency says.
ITV News correspondent Hannah McNulty has tweeted several images of the Appleby floods, including one showing an armchair floating down a street
A reception centre for those forced out of their homes by floodwater has been opened at Appleby Grammar School.
The Borders town of Hawick is also suffering from flooding, with roads closed and some houses flooded.
In Northhumberland, the Environment Agency has issued a severe flood warning for the village of Corbridge, and it's expected flood defences on the river Tyne will overtop.
A Met Office Warning has been issued for the following regions:
North West England (Amber)
SW Scotland, Lothian Borders (Amber)
North East England (Amber)
Yorkshire & Humber (Amber)
Central, Tayside & Fife (Amber)
Rain, heavy and persistent in some regions, will persist through Saturday before clearing southwards early on Sunday.
Be prepared for the likelihood of flooding affecting properties and parts of communities. Watercourses may become dangerous, deep and fast-flowing, while further disruption to transport is expected.
In Scotland, a jack-knifed FedEx lorry hit the central reservation on the M8 at Bathgate, West Lothian, closing lanes in both directions.
A landslide from a hill above Altura, in the Highlands, dumped at least 200 tonnes of debris on the A82 between Spean Bridge and Invergarry overnight.
A 15-mile (24km) stretch of the A82 was closed as a result of the landslide and several areas of flooding between Invergloy and Letter Finlay.