Flood and storm warnings have been issued across the UK as the nation faces up a week of wet and miserable weather.
Memories of a joyous four-day Jubilee bank holiday with spells of warm sunshine could quickly be washed away as torrential rain and extreme conditions threaten to bring disruption to homes, roads and businesses across the country.
A yellow warning remains in place for flooding in eastern parts of England on Monday morning (June 6) as 30 to 40mm of precipitation could fall in the space of just one hour, according to the Met Office.
Weather radar maps from independent forecaster WXCharts show more patches of rain moving east across the south coast and Midlands on Monday.
This will be swiftly followed by a much larger rainy front on Tuesday (June 7), which will hit almost all parts of the British Isles over the space of 12 hours.
Two further storms will then sweep over from the North Atlantic on Wednesday (June 8) and Thursday (June 9), causing potential issues as large amounts of rain fall on already sodden ground.
Things look unlikely to let up until the following Tuesday (June 14), with further on-off rainy spells expected throughout the weekend.
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The Met Office outlook for Wednesday to Friday reads: "Unsettled with rain or showers at times, heavy in places. Best of dry, sunny weather in the southeast. Temperatures around average. Becoming windy in the north."
The Environment Agency has put in place one flood warning for Bourne Brook in Tamworth, where the public are advised to avoid low-lying footpaths and bridges nearby due to high river levels.
Further flooding of roads and farmland in the area is also possible as further rain arrives is also possible, according to the Environment Agency.
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