29 April 2012
Last updated at 18:06
BBC News website readers across the UK have been sending the BBC their pictures of flooding, trees blown down and other damage caused by the wind and rain this week. Andrew Berey took this picture of a flooded river in Shropshire on Sunday afternoon.
Deborah Noone: "Several trees that I know of have blown down in the stormy weather. This picture was taken in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, where the tree brought down power cables."
Mike Davies: "Horrendous winds here in South Wales although not that much rain so far. This tree came down in Aberdulais, Neath."
London resident Albert Rodriduez took these photos of scaffolding coming off a building in Notting Hill. He said he heard it had happened on Sunday morning.
Rob Parry took this photo of a roof blown away in Bridgend, Wales, on Sunday morning. He said: "The roof is from a block of flats. The fire service have cleared the road, but the roof is just on the side of the road now. Some of the debris hit my car, but thankfully it wasn't damaged."
A tree was uprooted and came down blocking a main road in Shirley, Solihull. Neil Henderson took the photo on Sunday. He said: "It was lucky no one was hurt as it is a very busy road." The tree has since been cleared and the road opened.
David Butler didn't hear this tree falling down on top of his car on Sunday morning. The tree landed on his car and then slipped onto the pavement. David said: "Thankfully the tree didn't hit the house. Although I think the car is a write off."
Andy Tricklebank took this photo of the King's Staith in York following a week of heavy rain.
Dennis Harker took this photo of Doniford Stream in Somerset. He said the stream has overflowed its banks and at the same time a tree has blown across the road.
Keith Laverack posted this photo of flooded meadows along the River Derwent in the Wheldrake Ings nature reserve, East Yorkshire on Flickr. You can send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. For terms and conditions go to www.bbc.co.uk/terms