Heavy rain has caused severe flooding across the Philippines capital city, Manila, causing chaos for loads of people.
Schools in the city were told to close and businesses faced major disruption as the rains kept coming.
Traffic struggled to get through the city as blocked drains meant the roads quickly turned into rivers, leaving workers to wade into work instead.
Lots of people had to clamber aboard this makeshift raft as they tried to get away from the flood waters and find some dry land.
These boys made the most of an unexpected day off school by playing in the flood waters.
But not everyone looked so happy to be getting soaked on their journey home.
The storms are thought to have been caused by Typhoon Sepat, which passed the east coast of the main island of Luzon but is not expected to hit the Philippines directly.
But weather experts have warned that more tropical storms are expected to hit the country over the next few days.