Commuters faced a morning of travel misery after torrential rain lashed parts of the country overnight.
Commuters faced a morning of disruption on Tuesday as torrential rain continues to lash the country.
Forecasters have warned that parts of the UK could be inundated with more than 100mm of rain this week.
Flooding at homes and businesses in parts of south east England on Monday is “likely”, the Met Office said as it upgraded weather warnings in the region.
Downpours have hit parts of the UK but the heaviest rain is still to come, forecasters have warned.
Some parts of the country could see a month’s worth of rainfall in a single day with the wet weather to last well into the week.
Parts of the UK have been basked in sunshine on the country’s hottest day of the year so far.
Liverpool defenders Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold have brushed off concerns the Madrid heat will be detrimental to the Champions League final.
The UK will bask in scorching heat of up to 30C (86F) this weekend.
The UK is basking in sunshine with the mercury edging over a balmy 25C.
The early May bank holiday will see snow and frost, with temperatures plunging close to the coldest on record – just a year on from the hottest ever recorded.