The weekend’s extreme weather caused the deaths of six people including a 27-year old geologist in Gloucester.
Alex Wright was killed when the trench he was working in filled with waterlogged earth from a landslide.
Morpeth in Northumberland was cut-off by some of the worst flooding seen in the region in over 40 years. Hundreds of residents were rescued by boat and helicopter.
"With river levels being high already [in the North East], we can expect more floods to hit," a spokesman for the Environment Agency said.
The Met Office has predicted that parts of western Britain could see up 30mm of rainfall tomorrow.