Norther Ireland has already suffered serious flooding this year
Heavy rain has led to flooding and disruption in some parts of the UK.
Parts of south-west England and the Scottish borders were badly affected by two overnight storm fronts, while parts of Wales have been hit by heavy rain.
A family were trapped in their home following a landslip in Portbury near Bristol at 20:30 BST on Saturday.
The Environment Agency has one flood warning in place for the River Hydfron in South Wales and 14 flood alerts, mainly for south-west England, notes the BBC.
About 80 calls for assistance were received by emergency services from residents in Nailsea, North Somerset, on Saturday after homes were flooded.
Firefighters spent six hours pumping water from flooded homes from the town near Portishead.
In nearby Portbury, search and rescue crews spent two hours at the scene of a landslip, which brought soil, rocks and fallen trees down on to a country lane.
A 4x4 vehicle was used to clear debris to make Failand Lane passable, with help from a local farmer and his tractor.
A spokesman for Avon Fire and Rescue said the service had had "an extremely busy night".
"As a result of the heavy rains and the run-off surface water from the surrounding fields, we had some major landslips within the lane," said a spokesman.
Fire crews and urban search and rescue teams then checked whether the slide had covered anyone that might have been in the lane.
"Very fortunately, after extensive searching, the area was declared clear," the spokesman added.
Elsewhere in the south-west, six firefighters helped two people after their car became trapped in water on the A3072 at Redpost, near Bude, Cornwall.
Fire crews were also called to flooding incidents at a number of homes in Bideford and Holsworthy in Devon.
In Wales, heavy rain is expected in Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire, Powys, Carmarthenshire, Wrexham, Gwynedd and Denbighshire.
The A477 between St Clears and Red Roses has been closed due to flooding and a fallen tree, and a replacement bus service for train passengers is in place between Carmarthen and Tenby.
Mid and West Wales Fire Service dealt with more than 70 calls between 08:00 BST and 14:00 BST on Sunday.
In northern England, heavy showers caused travel disruption across the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland on Saturday evening.
Flash flooding hit the Haltwhistle area of Northumberland closed the A69 Newcastle to Carlisle road for a time.
Meanwhile in Scotland, the border town of Jedburgh has been badly affected by rising waters, after the River Jed burst its banks.