BONFIRE Night firework displays have been cancelled after Storm Ciarán battered the UK – with the Met Office warning of more rain to come.
Manchester, Nottingham, Norwich and Glasgow are just some of the areas axing Guy Fawkes displays.
From Hackney to Kingston, councils and volunteers across London have also had to put a stop to their celebrations.
Many councils say they cannot afford expensive fireworks after budget cuts, with Storm Ciarán now guaranteeing a damp squib this weekend.
Other firework displays have now been cancelled because of soggy ground conditions.
Brits face more yellow weather warnings today after the storm left a trail of destruction across the country.
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The Met Office has issued a yellow rain warning for eastern Scotland as the storm moves into the North Sea.
Flooding could cause commuter chaos in cities like Dundee and Aberdeen, with a chance of train and bus delays as well as road closures.
There is a small possibility homes and businesses could be flooded with deep or fast-flowing floodwater.
The warning, which came into force at 6am yesterday, will stay in place until 6pm this evening.
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A number of schools across the UK are still shut today after Storm Ciaran lashed the country.
Another yellow warning has been issued for the south coast from Portsmouth to Kent between 3pm and midnight tomorrow.
Heavy showers and gusty winds are likely to flood some homes and businesses and make journey times longer.
Experts are warning Brits to stay away from exposed shorelines, where large waves could put them in danger.
Met Office forecaster Alex Burkill said: "We can expect more unsettled weather as we go into the weekend.
"Storm Ciaran will be well out into the North Sea by Saturday.
"But another system is approaching from the west – and is going to bring some heavy rain and strong winds as we go through Saturday.
"We do have a rainfall warning in force for parts of the south east because of those hefty showers, which could turn quite intense."
It comes after Storm Ciaran drenched Brits yesterday – causing a major sewage overflow and leaving thousands of families without tap water in and around Southampton.
The storm set a new record for the lowest mean sea level pressure recorded in England and Wales in November.
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The heaviest rain was recorded in the Hampshire villages of Leek and Middle Wallop, where 37.6mm.
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Bonfire Night cancellations in the UK
- Heaton Park, Manchester
- Forest Recreation Ground, Nottingham
- Big Boom, Norwich city centre
- Glasgow Green
- Gravesham, Gravesend
- South Park, Darlington
- London: Clissold Park, Hackney; Victoria Park, Hackney; Southwark Park, Southwark; Crystal Palace Park, Bromley; Kingsmeadow Fireworks, Kingston; Blackheath, Lewisham
- Banff, Aberdeenshire
- Stand Park Road, Chesterfield
- Caistor, Lincolnshire
- Saltwell, Gateshead
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