Eight flood warnings have been put out across the UK as the country prepares for more rain.
Flooding is deemed to be likely in all eight locations, although none are expected to have severe floods.
It comes as strong winds and gales of up to 60mph have been battering Britain, with Western regions feeling the brunt of it.
Rain was predicted to shift slowly south-eastwards, affecting Wales and much of England overnight on Saturday.
It has led for flood warnings to be issued for Curry Moor and Hay Moor, Iwerne, Piddle Valley, South Winterboune Valley, and Till.
There are two points on the Bounre Valley, from North Tidworth to the A303 and in The Winterbounres, as well as Lower Avon from Ringwood to Christchurch.
Rain is expected in Wales and much of England on Sunday, while Scotland and Northern Ireland will be mostly cloudy with showers.
Met Office meteorologist Emma Salter delivered the most recent forecast stating: “For the most part we should see more sunshine and showers.
“Those showers already going across Scotland with some snow on the mountains as well, showers and sunshine across Northern Ireland.
“But, it’s a dry start for the northwest of England.”
At the time of writing, the Met Office had not issued any weather warnings for the coming week.
Parts of the UK were left underwater after Storm Dennis hit the country last month.
Hundreds of homes underwater after storms Ciara, Dennis and Jorge battered the UK.
Jorge was the fifth named storm of the year, after Dennis, Ciara, Brendan and Atiyah.
Storm Jorge officially ended on March 1 and the next storm which hits the UK will be named Storm Ellen.
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