A fresh bout of downpours is set to pummel the UK with three flood alerts in place.
The Environment Agency warn large parts of the coastline are of particular concern as rain moves in from the west.
Authorities have called on residents in Cumbria, Tyne and Wear and Somerset to “act” and put together a “plan” as three separate 30-mile stretches of land prepare for “heavy and thundery” downpours.
The Tyne and Wear coastline is one area subject to a flood alert, which was issued today. The North Sea may overflow as more rain is predicted in the region, leaving parts of the Northeast of England vulnerable.
Britain is set to be battered by a rainy weather front
Settlements along the Cumbria coast have been urged to prepare for flooding from the Irish Sea during the next 24 hours.
Low-lying areas, such as Allonby, Marypoty and Workington, are at particular risk as an incoming deluge threatens to wreak havoc.