Brits are braced for downpours, floods and possible travel disruption as heavy rain is set to sweep across the UK throughout next week.
The Met Office has issued several severe weather warnings for rain lasting from early on Monday until midday on Thursday. A yellow warning for rain comes into force from 4am on Monday across much of south and east England.
Forecasters have warned up to 60mm of rain could fall in the south-east of England tomorrow in less than six hours.
Heavy rain will then push north and eastwards up the country, with up to 80mm possible across high ground in the northeast by Wednesday.
“There is a chance that continued periods of heavy rain may lead to localised flooding,” the Met Office said.