Yellow weather warnings in place after dozens of care home residents were rescued from flooding across northern England.
Three severe flood warnings have been issued, with residents in affected areas warned heavy rain could cause 'danger to life'.
Fire and rescue services were called hundreds of times after heavy rain battered areas including Gloucester and East Anglia.
The wet weather isn't going anywhere today – potentially creating "pretty treacherous" conditions on the roads.
Large swathes of England and Wales are covered by yellow weather warnings for the entire weekend.
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More flood warnings and alerts in force in England on Sunday than on any other day on record.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for the entire country on Sunday.
The typhoon hit with winds of up to 120 kph and gusts of 150 kph, heavy rain and flooding.
Road and rail links have been severely disrupted by the heavy rainfall.
The Met Office has also issued two yellow warnings for rain.