Flooding is still causing problems for roads, rail and properties, as the most intense September storm for 30 years continues. About 70 warnings were in place, mainly in the north of England.
Some areas could receive a further 20-40mm (0.8-1.6ins) of rain. However, the weather will slowly improve throughout the day, forecasters said. Hundreds of people spent the night in temporary shelter and parts of many roads were closed.
Tuesday saw some places deluged in what was their wettest September day on record, with hundreds of homes being evacuated.
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