In pictures: Aftermath of storms
Two people were killed on Friday as strong winds and heavy rain hit southern England, adding to problems already caused by widespread storms and flooding.
A freak wave killed an 85-year-old cruise ship passenger in the Channel. Here waves hit the lighthouse and harbour at high tide at Newhaven in Sussex
In central London, mother-of-three Julie Sillitoe, 49, was killed when the taxi she was driving was crushed by falling masonry. Her two passengers were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Strong wind and waves batter parts of the south coast, including the East Cliff Pavilion in Folkestone, as thousands of homes are without power.
Waves during high tide at Sunny Sands Beach in Folkestone. High winds are expected to subside during Saturday, after reaching 80mph.
Soldiers help a tree surgeon remove a fallen tree in Egham, west London.
Meanwhile, volunteers from the local community and charities have helped to fill sandbags before they are distributed in Egham following the wettest start to the year for 250 years.
Residents walk along a flooded street in Henley-on-Thames. Areas across England and Wales remain badly affected by the flooding, with more rain expected on Monday.
The Army and emergency services rescued 32 people trapped by surging flood water in a beachfront restaurant in Hampshire. Windows at the Marine Restaurant were also smashed by shingle picked up by fierce winds in the town of Milford on Sea on Friday night.
On Hove promenade, near Brighton, a public bench is covered in pebbles thrown up by the storm.
In Dorset, emergency services were called as part of a cliff collapsed at West Bay.
Along the banks of the River Thames, the pitch of Henley Cricket Club, in Henley-on-Thames, is under water.