UK Met Office
Severe gales and rain forecast to hit northern Britain.
Storm Jocelyn to follow as the unusually active season continues.
But could we soon beat the lowest temperature ever recorded in the UK, -27.2C?
A major incident was declared in Nottinghamshire as rising water approached record levels.
It's the eighth named storm to hit the UK in three months.
Last year's temperature would have been around a 1-in-500 year event in a climate unaffected by humans.
Almost nowhere in the UK will remain dry over the next few days.
Flooding continued to cause disruption across Britain – as the Met Office issued more alerts.
Three deaths reported as Met Office issues its highest "red" warning.
The Met Office plays down the prospects of “warmer or more settled” conditions later in August.