Such is the amount of rain that will strike, a yellow weather warning has been issued for flooding for most of the south of England and parts of Scotland. Combined with the deluge of rain, it will also be a cold start for many across the country on Tuesday morning with temperatures hitting 6C (42.8F).
Commenting on the weather, Met Office meteorologist, Alex Deakin revealed that the UK will see terrible conditions over the next few days.
To start on Tuesday, there will be three bands of weather that will hit the country.
In Scotland, temperatures will remain cold but dry as the mercury drops to as low as 6C (42.8F).
In the far north, a heavy band of rain will hit be with “a lot of cloud and rain”.
UK weather forecast: Travel chaos ahead (Image: WX Charts)
UK weather forecast: A yellow warning is in place (Image: Met Office)
Further south, there will be some areas which will see some sunshine but as we progress through the morning, that will quickly turn to heavy rain.
Mr Deakin said: “There are a lot of showers.
“We will some more of these showers breaking out as we go through the day.”
For Wales and Northern Ireland, conditions will remain more stable.
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UK weather forecast: The rain will be replaced by cold weather (Image: Met Office)