Good morning and welcome to our coverage of all the latest news about the severe weather as parts of the UK face another day being battered by fierce winds and colossal waves. And there are more warnings of flooding in England, Scotland and Wales, with the worst of it expected in western and southern areas.
For a sense of scale of the likely problems ahead today, the Environment Agency has issued flood warnings - meaning flooding is expected - in 94 areas in England and Wales. A severe flood warning is in place in Lower Stour, in Dorset, which means there is a significant risk to life.
Coastal winds are expected to be particularly dangerous today too. The Met Office is warning of gusts of up to 70mph on Britain's west coast, the south-east of England and the east coast of Northern Ireland. These are likely to whip up waves which could reach up to 10m high in western Scotland, Wales and south-west England.
The morning commute for some will take longer than usual because of the severe weather. We'll try to keep you updated on the latest travel situation through the morning. In Virginia Water, Surrey, there's a tree on the line so South West Trains are warning of delays.
In rural Dorset, drivers are facing problems caused by flooding around Blandford, Milbourne St Andrew and Stoborough.
With more bad weather forecast, Environment Agency workers were out laying sandbags next to the River Thames on Osney Island in Oxford on Sunday.