BRITS are being warned to brace for severe downpours as heavy rain sparks another day of flooding.
More than 130 flood warnings are in place across the country today.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for parts of Southwest England and Wales.
Heavy rain is due to batter the UK from Wednesday night until Thursday evening.
With flooding likely, the warning is in place from 9pm today until 5pm tomorrow.
Forecasters say the flooding of homes and businesses are expected along with travel chaos.
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There is even the possibility of "interruption to power supplies and other services".
The Environment Agency has issued 106 flood alerts and 33 warnings.
Despite the horrendous weather not expected to clear anytime soon, the forecast seems to be improving with 30 flood warnings being removed in the last 24 hours.
Areas which should be bracing for floods include South Wiltshire, River Severn and Washford River.
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It comes after thousands of homes were blacked out in the bad weather including almost 200 near Worcester, almost 130 in Exeter, Devon, and over 150 at Morecambe, Lancashire.
The Met warned that "persistent heavy rain may lead to some disruption", while spray and floods on roads have already caused delays.
The previous yellow weather warning for wind in the north has since been removed.
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