The UK has been battered with rain over night prompting flood warnings in parts of London and the South East.
The Met Office has issued four yellow severe weather warnings as parts of the UK could see a month’s worth of rain in a single day.
Affected areas could see disruption to transport and localised flooding, windy conditions are set to last all week with cooler than average temperatures for this time of year.
Forecasters have warned that in less than six hours on Monday up to 60mm of rain could fall.
Simon Partridge, Met Office forecaster said, “A number of spots around could see, within a few days really, a month’s worth of rain, so a wet, windy, fairly cool week for most.”
He added, “There is the potential some spots could see a month’s worth of rain in one day.
“It will be fairly localised with a number of other places seeing nearly half of month’s rain – so a very wet day.”