With heavy rain and flooding hitting the South, there were fears turnout for the EU referendum could be hit.
But those fears could have been overstated if reports on social media of queues at polling stations are anything to go by.
Big queue to vote in Kentish Town pic.twitter.com/1rFsFeYsbd
-- Chris Giles (@ChrisGiles_) June 23, 2016
-- Charlotte Coulon (@CharlotteCoulon) June 23, 2016
The majority of posts are coming from London polling stations, pointing to a potentially good turnout in the capital.
-- Steven Swinford (@Steven_Swinford) June 23, 2016
-- Mauro Murgia (@Mauro_Murgia) June 23, 2016
In other parts of the UK, some are tip-toeing around floods to get to their polling station.
Surrey Quays polling station this morning. Queue inside was just as long. pic.twitter.com/YEIBNRfT5n
-- Yohini (@Cooksmiths) June 23, 2016
Many people are saying this is the first time they have ever needed to queue at their local polling station.
-- Christopher Goulding (@GouldingChris) June 23, 2016
-- Catherine Boyle (@cboylecnbc) June 23, 2016
never seen queues before at this polling station pic.twitter.com/vmnsWlpuLJ
-- Thomas Gorton (@AngstromHoot) June 23, 2016
Keep going, intrepid voters - polling closes at 10pm.