Britain is bracing for a second weekend of weather disruption, as experts warn Storm Dennis could inflict more damage than Ciara when it sweeps in later.
Severe weather warnings are in place for most of the UK – and forecasters say a month’s worth of rain could fall in some places.
Road, rail and air travellers also face disruption, with British Airways and easyJet flights among those affected.
It comes after Storm Ciara flooded hundreds of homes last weekend.
The Environment Agency has warned flooding is likely to be worse this weekend as already saturated ground is met with a “perfect storm” of heavy rain, strong winds and melting snow.