A disappointing end to the Bank Holiday weekend is forecast, with most of the UK expected to endure more wet and windy weather on Monday.
While forecasters have predicted that Monday's rain will not be as intense as the downpours of recent days, it is likely to be more persistent and last most of the morning and afternoon.
Scotland will face the worst of it, with heavy rain bringing the possibility of minor floods, along with strong winds of up to 55mph.
Other areas throughout the UK which have seen a lot of rain over the weekend may also experience some light flooding, as the water builds up on already water-logged ground.
Among areas at risk is Daresbury in Cheshire, which has already seen flooding at the site of the Creamfields festival. The event was forced to close a day early because of the impact of heavy rain overnight.
But while it is likely to be a miserable day for most, London, the South East and East Anglia could be given a break from the rain and instead enjoy some sunny spells.
Notting Hill Carnival celebrations will continue in London, and party-goers could escape with just a few showers, and even enjoy some sunny spells.
Nick Prebble, a forecaster with Meteogroup, the Press Association's weather division, said on Sunday: "What most people will see tomorrow is wet and windy weather. A band of rain will come across from the west, making its way eastwards across most of the UK. Some places will see fairly high rainfall totalling a couple of inches.
"We can't rule out the risk of some small flooding in areas which have already seen heavy rain. There will be quite strong winds of about 40-45mph, but they will be stronger along the Western Isles of Scotland."
Mr Prebble continued: "It's going to be quite an unpleasant day for most. But the South East, East Anglia and London could get away with a nice day with some sunshine breaks. There'll be some cloud overhead and some showers, but it should stay drier than the rest of the UK."