Drenched Brits will be given another soaking tomorrow as torrential rain sweeps across the country from the Atlantic.
A severe yellow warning is in place for a large area of Scotland that nearly stretches in to England.
Glasgow and Edinburgh are under the warning area, with the government weather service warning the bad weather could pose a “danger to life”.
The Met Office also warns “there is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded, causing damage to some buildings”.
It states “some communities become cut off by flooded roads” and that “there is a slight chance of power cuts and loss of other services to some homes and businesses”.
Weather maps seen by Daily Star Online show England will also face another day of heavy rain across central and south-western areas.
The likes of London, Birmingham, Cardiff and Plymouth will see further showers that mark the end of a miserable week for weather.
The Met Office’s warning for Scotland tomorrow reads: “Areas of showery rain are expected to develop during the early hours of Sunday and then persist well into Sunday.
“Quite widely 15 to 30mm rain is expected to fall and in a few places 40 to 50 mm rain could occur.”
Despite the heavy rain tomorrow. Brits will be given a respite from today’s battering 60mph winds.
The Met Office had issued a wind warning for England and Wales as another storm rammed into the country and left widespread disruption in its wake.
Trains and music events were cancelled and traffic lights cut out during rush-hour periods as Brits saw their weekend plans dashed.
Met Office meteorologist Bonnie Diamond said the continuous rainfall is “pretty unseasonable for August”.
She added: “There has been a lot of rain over the last 24 hours with more heavy showers to come on the way today and tomorrow.
“So we will certainly see an impact in terms of localised flooding, difficult driving conditions and transport delays.”