Parts of the UK are continuing to suffer with flooding as weather forecasters predict further deluges.
The North East, Scotland and Northern Ireland are expected to see periods of heavy rain and hail.
There is also the potential for heavy showers in rain-hit Lincolnshire late on Tuesday, continuing into Wednesday. This could put further pressure on Wainfleet, which has suffered flooding in recent days.
Our teams have been pumping water away from #Wainfleet #Lincolnshire using this ultra-high volume pump overnight: so far, we've shifted 225 Olympic-sized swimming pools' worth of water. We’re continuing to monitor weather & flows. Stay #Floodaware https://t.co/dYjHk8uu5n pic.twitter.com/GXmIWz4PFb
— Environment Agency (@EnvAgency) June 17, 2019
Our two high capacity ultra-high volume pumps are now at work helping to protect people and property by reducing flood levels at #Wainfleet #Lincolnshire. Check your #Flood risk https://t.co/dYjHk8uu5n #RAF #Floodaware @lincspolice @Lincolnshirecc @Lincsfirerescue pic.twitter.com/QXJaTydBeS
— Environment Agency (@EnvAgency) June 16, 2019
A flooded pitch meant that Worcestershire had to switch its County Championship home cricket game with Sussex to Kidderminster.