The UK has seen flooding across the country with – and it’s set to get worse with over 200 weather warnings in place.

Devon and Cornwall saw devastating floods today with 50 homes ruined by the water.

And the rain isn’t going to stop any time soon with Met Office weather warnings for rain issued until midday on Sunday in the south-west.

But it’s not just the south which has to deal with the wet weather forecast .

Met Office weather warnings and Environment Agency flooding alerts are in force

There are currently 204 flood warnings in place right across the UK, issued by the Environment Agency.

There are 27 warnings, which says flooding is expected and immediate action is required.

A total of 177 flood alerts are also in force, saying flooding is possible and be prepared.

You can find out if you're affected here .

Met Office's five-day weather warning saw parts of Devon and Cornwall brought to a standstill.

Flooding and fallen trees forced the closure of roads in Cornwall and Devon today

A separate warning for Scotland warns 20 to 30mm of rain could fall on the country, with snowmelt from the hills contributing to local flooding.

Flooding and fallen trees forced the closure of major routes like the A30.

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It came on the second day of heavy rain after the Met Office issued five days of weather warnings for Cornwall yesterday.

Many locals expressed sadness after the police confirmed 50 properties in Hayle had been affected by the floods.

A van struggles through a flooded road in East Devon

Julian Tredinnick wrote: "Terrible sights.

"Gutted for everyone affected."

Charlotte Taylor said: "The fire service has done an amazing job of clearing the floods so quickly. I feel so sorry for everyone affected."

Tania Pope added: "Well done to all the services. Feeling sorry to the people that have been affected. "