Brits face heavy rain and flooding for the start of Wednesday along with temperatures dropping to -4C in Scotland.
It has been a wet month and with the showers continuing it means that there is a continued danger of flooding around much of the country.
Shoreham in southern England and Inverbervie in Scotland have provisionally had their wettest Novembers on record with 176.4mm and 133mm, respectively, so far.
The Met Office has yellow warnings for rain and wind for the start of Wednesday affecting Northern Ireland and the south west of England.
In Northern Ireland the rain warning runs until 10am with the risk of flooding and disruption to travel. Similarly for the south west of England there is the potential of travel problems caused by wind and rain with the warning in place until 8am.