Both outside and inside. Heavy storms, rain, thunder - more rain and yet more rain. My patio is flooded up to within a couple of centimetres from coming in under the door [it is already nearly over the low doorstep] because the gap which drains it is blocked with mud [I knew the drainage ditch alongside the wall of the bungalow from the gap to the back was not dug properly when the yards were cleared last time]. Because the bungalow is set low down rain pours down from the pavement so it is not just the rain on the patio - also we do not have gutters and down pipes so it spews off the roof. The ground at the back is lower so water runs off. And the sewers cannot cope so dirty water has come up from the shower drain in the shower/loo room so that room is flooded, and no water will go down the hand-basin in the hallway outside that room, or in the kitchen sink. But, as the bungalow is on [slightly] sloping ground, the ensuite is OK for the loo and hand-basin. There is no hot water so no shower so one less thing to worry about and all three drain down into a different sewage system so should be OK - the land at the back being that much lower and more sloping downwards so a better run-off. As I have no outside lights at the back I cannot see if there is any standing water there - the nearest lights being from the main N/S road way way past the agricultural fields. I moved into this bungalow on 22 November 2000 and that winter the whole bungalow was flooded up to within 10cm of my bedroom doorway, the only room which had escaped - and I had to wade through the whole place to get to my bedroom or from there to the loo [I only had the ensuite built only a few years ago]. I also only had Lexi who was little and easy to carry. After that, all the sewers were replaced, yet here we are again, 18 years later, and again they cannot cope. Tikva wanted to go out for a pee about half an hour ago - and ended up in muddy yucky water nearly up to her shoulders, and could not get back in quick enough. There is a puppy pad in the salon which she will poo on if necessary, but she will not pee on it. So if she cannot get out to pee she will go through to the back room as far as her tether will let her, and pee on the floor. Nothing that a mop cannot cope with. If it does not rain overnight the flooding should slowly go down but the forecast does not look promising.