BRITS have been hit by flood warnings after Storm Agnes hit the UK overnight.
This week there were travel disruptions andThere were days of outages in Britain as the first named storm of the season swept across the country.
And the chaos will continue as floods are expected to cause distress to thousands of people.
Meteorologists initially expect there will be “sunny periods for most” today as the storm subsides.
The Met Office predicted: “The early morning rain will soon clear to the southeast. A bright and windy day with lots of sunny spells for most.
“Isolated showers in the north and west, most common across Scotland, where it will also be windy.”
But all is not well– There will be heavy showers tonight and flood warnings are in force for England, Scotland and Wales.
Experts expect localized coastal and tidal flooding to occur along the River Wye estuary in Gloucestershire on Saturday, some parts of the north west and south west coast of England on Saturday and Sunday, and the north east coast of England on Saturday.
Flooding of property, roads and some properties may occur and travel disruption may occur.
This came after Storm Agnes triggered a series of Met Office yellow weather warnings for wind and rain across the UK, with forecasts of damaging winds and large stormy seas.
In Co Derry, Northern Ireland, firefighters had to rescue a woman after her car was submerged in floodwaters from Storm Agnes.
The car was carried about 20 meters as the woman drove near a rapidly rising river.