More rain is due to afflict the south-west today and tomorrow, so there’s more chance of flooding and travel disruption. This time it is Storm Sebastien.
In South Cornwall, there are flood alerts, like this one from Land’s end to The Lizard, so be careful anywhere near the coast (a reminder that cliffs are also sodden and crumbly):
Flooding is possible over the high tides, from Tuesday evening on the 26th of November and Wednesday mornings high tide. Times of high water will vary along the coast. Tide levels are now rising towards spring tides which peak on Wednesday. High tide levels, along with strong winds generating large waves and some surge may be enough to cause some localised coastal flooding. The current forecast conditions, associated with ex-storm Sebastian, could require flood warnings to be issued for Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning’s high tide People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast.