The Met Office has issued an amber alert warning to residents in east, southeast and southwest England to be prepared as heavy rain is forecast for the next few days. Some southern areas received more than two inches of rain - the average amount for the entire month of June - in just 12 hours.

On Friday an Aberystwyth holiday village was completely flooded. This footage shows caravans, tents and attractions submerged, in places up to 6 feet of water. This man is bravely wading through the water to help someone. There is also concern that further rainfall could badly affect other areas in mid and west Wales.

A flood warning has also been issued for the River Mole at Charlwood and Hookwood in Surrey and around Gatwick Airport in West Sussex and along Sidlow, Leigh and Betchworth in Surrey.

The Met Office has warned: "Rain, heavy at times, will persist well into Monday, before gradually easing away westwards during the afternoon. Further thundery downpours are possible in the southeast later. They also strongly advised the public to stay away from swollen rivers and not to drive through floodwater."

Written and Presented by Ann Salter