Torrential thunderstorms have caused more disruption in North East England.
Newcastle was particularly badly-hit by a second day of heavy rain, with Metro trains to the airport cancelled, and the central motorway through the city closed.
Storms and flash floods caused havoc in the region on Sunday, and the Swing Bridge, which links Gateshead to Newcastle close to the Tyne Bridge, is likely to be closed for weeks after a culvert collapsed.
Lee Mills, 26, from nearby South Shields, said: "On Sunday I was driving to Newcastle and had to turn back because the rain and flooding was so bad.
"Today there’s been even more bad weather. It isn't quite as bad as yesterday but it is still causing a lot of disruption."
By tonight showers are expected to die away from most parts of Britain, although some will linger across eastern Scotland.
Sky News weather presenter Isobel Lang said: "From the middle of the week we can expect to see a change in the weather.
"This is because high pressure will settle things down bringing drier, sunnier conditions which will hopefully hold until the Olympics closing ceremony on 12 August.
"The other bit of good news is that it will also warm up a bit with temperatures forecast to climb into the mid-high 20s Celsius, or upper 70s in Fahrenheit."
A freak hailstorm in Bradford in Sunday was documented by photos posted on Twitter with contributors expressing amazement at an ice-covered street in August.
One wrote: "There's a crazy storm going on in Bradford at the moment! Heavy hail and a river running down the road."
Others posted pictures of rare funnel clouds in parts of West Yorkshire.
West Yorkshire Fire Service reported a series of flood-related call outs after storms swept across the county.
In one incident, in the Frizinghall area of Bradford, firefighters rescued one person from a property when surging floodwater rushed through a house and "took out an internal wall and surrounding pavements".
In the Manningham area of the city flats were evacuated after floodwaters rose and crews were also in action again in Todmorden which was badly affected by flooding earlier this summer.
For more updates on the flooding in the north east, visit Sky Tyne And Wear .