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.
Heavy rain has triggered surface water flooding in East Anglia, disrupting trains and leaving some roads impassable.
A slow-moving band of heavy rain set to drench parts of the UK has triggered weather warnings and flood alerts.
Western parts of the country are encountering wet and windy weather on Friday as the remnants of Hurricane Lorenzo move through the UK.
Western parts of the UK will experience some wet and windy weather into Friday, as the remnants of Hurricane Lorenzo head towards the UK.
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.
The late summer sunshine was a distant memory across the UK on Tuesday, with heavy downpours leading to flash flooding.
Heavy downpours have brought flash flooding across the UK and left residents trapped in their homes on the Isle of Man.
A helicopter has been brought in to help people trapped in houses on the Isle of Man as a river burst its banks causing “horrendous conditions”.