A sudden deluge of rain hit Northampton on Sunday evening leaving cars stranded, homes flooded and businesses shut.
The huge storm, which had been predicted by the Met Office which issued a severe weather warning for the town, hit at around 7pm on Sunday.
A huge amount of rain, accompanied by thunder and lightning, fell in a short space of time leading to flash flooding across the town.
Far Cotton was one of the worst-hit areas.
Cars were left stranded, home flooded and businesses forced to close.
For the full story from the Chron team over the weekend click on the links below.
As the clean-up operation continues today (Monday), we will bring you all the latest in the aftermath of the floods.
Cars submerged and streets flooded as thunderstorm hits Northampton
Flash flooding brings chaos to roads in and around Northampton
Amazing footage shows lightning strike in Northampton
Water rescue boats deployed in Northampton to help residents affected by flooding
'The water was moving like a sea': Northampton flood victims left counting the cost of last night's storm
Northampton neighbourhood pulls together to clean up their homes after 'biblical' flash flooding