Torrential rain has brought further havoc to the region with people trapped in cars and homes waterlogged by what's been described as the worst flooding in eight years.
People in South Birmingham were the worst affected and West Midlands fire service said it received nine hundred emergency calls last night.
Cars floated down streets, railway stations looked like canals, and drains became fountains. A pet hamster also had a very lucky escape as the floodwaters overwhelmed one home.
Our reporter Chris Halpin was there as the flooding hit and returned again today as families and businesses reflected on a night they won't forget.
Here is some insurance advice from the government on what to do when your home is flooded.
West Midlands Fire Service has revealed how many flood related call outs they have received due to the severe weather.
There are still a number of flood alerts and warnings in place across the Midlands as the region braces itself for yet another day of rain.