This chart is of the rainfall totals made from weather radar image estimates which fell over the last three days from the slow moving cold front as it crossed the country from the northwest. To be exact part of the totals across western Scotland are from the showers that followed the rain band particularly from yesterday. It looks like places in the southeast of England escaped with barely any upt till 0955 UTC, with the heaviest falls being across the coast and mountains of Cumbria and northwest Wales. The reverse rain shadow effect of the Pennines looks interesting and well worth a paper.
The slow moving cold front seemed to get rejuvenated as it reached the English Channel.