Pictures and videos of a wet and wild night in London flooded social media this morning.
A yellow warning issued for London, the south-east and east of England and the East Midlands remains in place until 6am on Monday after torrential downpours hit the UK.
Almost a month’s rain fell on Sunday in certain parts of the country.
Other spots saw up to 60mm of rain fall, more than half the September average for the region of 92.45mm.
Conditions are expected to remain “blustery at times” early this week but are likely to be fresher.
Met Office meteorologist Jonathan Vautrey said more storms are possible as the remnants of Hurricane Lee, which hit New England in the US and eastern Canada, is set to move across the UK between Tuesday and Thursday.
It will no longer be a hurricane by the time it reaches UK shores.
Mr Vautrey said: “That will be getting picked up by the jet stream. Showers in places could be heavy with a risk of further thunderstorms.
“It could be quite an unsettled, autumnal week to come.”