Okay here in Glasgow, which is usually renowned for its rainfall. In fact, it's a nice brightish day here just now - no wind or rain, but close to freezing.
The flooded areas look horrendous, and I sympathize with anyone who has to deal with the mess flooding inevitably creates. Fortunately, it is usually just small areas of the country that are affected (which tend to be the same places because of the way water collects and runs off the land).
It seems like England has had so many bad floods this year. Is it climate change?
I don't know if the more extreme weather really is due to climate change but it is certainly consistent with previous predictions of what is likely to happen in terms of different parts of the UK getting wetter or drier.