More rain to come, warn forecasters
The heavy downpours that have battered Britain are set to continue, forecasters have warned.
South Wales, the south of England and Northern Ireland have all seen heavy showers and temperatures have struggled to get above 14C.
Only Devon and Cornwall saw warmer spells, with temperatures reaching 18-19C in the West Country.
It was coldest in Scotland and northern England where the mercury failed to climb above 10C.
The heavy showers that have plagued Britain this week will continue through the rest of the week, with Wales and the South West worst affected.
Gemma Plumb, forecaster at Meteogroup, the weather division of the Press Association, said: "Showers tomorrow across Wales and the South West will be quite heavy and prolonged.
"There are hints that further heavy and persistent rain will continue on Thursday evening and Friday morning but will not be as heavy as yesterday."
All is not lost for a sunny summer though.
Ms Plumb said: "There are some hints of sun towards the end of the month but that is uncertain."
Brighton has had nearly three times the average rainfall for the whole month in 11 days, and the Environment Agency still has flood warnings for the region.
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