Just when we thought Storm Ciara was bad enough and Storm Dennis was coming to an end, it's being said that the dreadful weather in the UK isn't over just yet. It appears that some deluged communities in parts of the UK are facing even more heavy rain as they struggle to cope in the wake of Storm Dennis.
The most affected areas will be receiving a month's worth of rain in 24 hours, with North Wales and the north-west of England getting the majority of downpours. According to forcasters, nearly 120 flood warnings are in place across the country, and travel disruptions will be continuing as previous floods have already blocked a major route between England and Scotland.
The Environment Agency confirmed that there was a "heightened flood risk" across the Midlands, with six severe warnings, meaning there is a danger to life. Also, there are three severe weather warnings in place across parts of north-west England and Wales, with clean-up operations continuing following flooding in the wake of Storm Dennis.
Hundreds of people have already been evacuated from their homes due to floods, with the worst areas being South Wales, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire. Wrap up warm.