Areas together with Hackney Wick, Newham and Barking have been affected by the downpours, with movies exhibiting vehicles driving by deep water and folks strolling almost knee-deep at instances.
One other video confirmed Pudding Mill Lane DLR station in Stratford underwater after heavy rainfall on Sunday.
Two hospitals reported points with their emergency departments as a result of climate.
Whipps Cross Hospital in Leytonstone mentioned it was experiencing “operational points as a result of heavy rainfall”, whereas Newham Hospital mentioned its A&E division had flooded in some areas.
A spokesperson for Barts Well being NHS Belief mentioned on Sunday night: “We’re experiencing operational points at Whipps Cross Hospital and Newham Hospital as a result of heavy rainfall.
“We’re working intently with our native companions to resolve the problems and keep affected person care and – whereas companies stay accessible for folks in an emergency – sufferers are requested to attend various hospitals the place they’ll, to assist us put options in place as shortly as doable.”
The Met Workplace issued an amber warning for storms overlaying London and surrounding counties the place properties and companies are liable to flooding, which was in place till Sunday night.
The Setting Company nonetheless has six flood warnings in place throughout the nation’s southeast, whereas there are 19 alerts for potential flooding energetic all through England and Wales.
The torrential downpours got here after a heatwave earlier this week introduced days of record-breaking temperatures.
Residents in Woodford have been pressured to make use of buckets, brooms and wood boards to create flood defences and scoop the water from their properties.
One native, Mariya Peeva mentioned: “My son went to purchase some meals from the native store – by the point he got here again the entire avenue and the pavement have been already flooded and the water was coming into our entrance door.”
Buses have been additionally left stranded on waterlogged roads in Battersea.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan suggested folks to “keep away from strolling or driving by floodwater” and to name 999 in an emergency.
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