Britain could be hit by widespread flooding following the weekend’s heavy rain which battered the country, causing travel chaos.
On Sunday, the Environment Agency has issued 82 flood warnings and 117 flood alerts, with the Midlands most affected by the wet weather.
Parts of Gloucestershire and York are already under water as fire crews were pictured assisting residents after rivers like the Oust burst their banks.
The heavy downpours on Friday and Saturday postponed football matches, caused train delays and flooded roads.
Although the Met Office says that the worst of the rain is over, river levels have remained high so the warnings and alerts are still in place.
The River Severn in the West Midlands is due to be a flood risk until Tuesday, while the River Wye and the River Trent also have multiple warnings in place.
The Environment Agency said there will be travel disruption in the affected areas and some individual properties will flood.
A "danger to life" warning was issued on Friday as heavy rain battered northern England and South Wales, while the Met Office said Scotland could see its first snow.
The rain was caused by a low-pressure system over the Azores which came across to the UK, bringing widespread rain with it.
Despite the warnings, the country is expected to have some dry and sunny weather on Monday.
In a forecast issued for Monday, the Met Office said: “Most areas bright with long periods of sunshine, albeit hazy across southern England.
“Most parts dry, but some showers over northern Scotland and the far east of England.
“Cloudier and windy over Cornwall where rain at times for some.”
But due to the warnings, flood defences have been put in place in Bewdley, Hereford, Upton-upon-Severn and Shrewsbury, and temporary barriers were erected at Ironbridge in Shropshire.
The flood forecast issued by the Environment Agency on Sunday said: “Local flooding is expected from rivers across parts of the West Midlands today and tomorrow.
“Local flooding from rivers is also probable across other parts of the Midlands and parts of Lincolnshire today and also possible over parts of Yorkshire today and Nottinghamshire tomorrow.
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“Local ongoing flooding from the River Severn in the West Midlands is possible through to Tuesday.
“Land, roads and some individual properties will flood and there will be local travel disruption.”