Thunderstorms are expected to cause flooding, lightning and power outages across parts of the UK, with warnings of road and transport disruption.
Parts of England could face flooding as heavy rain sweeps across the country, the Met Office has said.
Flood and weather warnings remained in place on Thursday as Storm Lorenzo made its way towards the UK.
A clean-up operation is under way after heavy downpours caused flash flooding across the UK.
Heavy downpours have brought flash flooding across the UK and left residents trapped in their homes on the Isle of Man.
The Met Office has warned of torrential rain and thunder in parts of the country on Tuesday.
Predictions of torrential rain across the UK have triggered dozens of flood warnings and the issuing of a “precautionary evacuation notice” in one part of the country.
A threat-to-life warning has been issued, as parts of Britain brace for two more days of heavy downpours, ahead of some snowfall and the leftovers of a hurricane later this week.
More rain is on the way on Monday after a weekend of heavy downpours caused flooding in many parts of the country, leaving sections of the transport network struggling to cope.
Parts of England and Wales had a brief reprieve from the heavy rain on Sunday morning but are due to get a second drenching on Monday.
The record high temperatures of last weekend seem like a distant memory as the UK faces heavy rain overnight – with the risk of localised flooding and travel disruption.