People woke to scenes of torrential rain and flooding in parts of London and the South East in the early hours of EU referendum day.
Red "immediate action" flood warnings were issued for parts of south-east London and Essex as parts of the capital were expected to see a month's rain fall in a matter of hours.
Local residents took to Twitter to share photos of cars almost tyre-deep in water to show just how much rain has fallen in a short space of time.
-- Ruth Dangerfield (@ruthdangerfield) June 23, 2016
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A car abandoned in flood water under a railway bridge in Battersea, south London pic.twitter.com/0pXbT1swoR
-- Neil Lancefield (@NeilLancefield) June 23, 2016
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Meanwhile, local authorities are urging drivers to stay safe and refrain from driving on flooded streets.
Make sure you stay safe on the roads. Don't drive into flood water, it can float your car or cause a loss of control pic.twitter.com/7YS2dkxEMN
-- Essex Fire Service (@ECFRS) June 23, 2016