Pictures: Flash floods leave parts of Dorset under water
Flash flooding has hits parts of Dorset after heavy rainfall, causing causes cars to be stranded and some roads to be closed.
Flash floods have hit parts of Dorset leaving lots of vehicles, like this police car, surrounded by water.
Police said Bournemouth, where a four-day air show was due to begin, was the main area to be affected.
The floods also left parts of Bournemouth's Lower Gardens, which are popular with tourists in the summer, under water.
In Bournemouth, the road surface at Gervis Place cracked due to the volume of water in the drainage systems below. But Bournemouth Borough Council said it believed the worst of the weather had passed by the afternoon.
As the rain continued to fall, Dorset Fire and Rescue Service were rushed off their feet, responding to more than 100 call-outs in two hours.
The flash floods were caused by an outburst of torrential rain and forced some shops and tourist attractions to close. This is Lower Gardens, in Bournemouth.