The United Kingdom has had the wettest April since 1910, seeing 121.8 millimeters (4.8 inches) of rain this month, and more rain is in the forecast for this evening. The rain has led to 188 flood warnings and alerts across the notoriously-wet country. April also had average temperatures of 43 degrees, marking the first time that April has had cooler average temperatures than March since 1998. The watery April follows the fifth driest March on record and a 22-month drought. Despite the extra rain, restrictions on water use remain in place throughout the country.