Fierce winds and heavy rain have battered the south-west of England for weeks and more dire weather is forecast in the coming days.
The BBC's Michael Hirst is travelling around the West Country meeting those caught in the worst of the storms and floods and recording their experiences.
On Sunday in Cornwall he found stoical people in coastal communities, who may have lost earnings, fishing gear or property, but were thankful the storms had caused few casualties.
On Monday he travelled inland to flooded parts of Somerset.
Monday 10 February
Ian Webber, farmer, runs Moorlands Farm in East Lyng, Somerset.
Jennifer and Hywel Jones, retired, live on a hill in East Lyng.
Sue Sherry is on the village flood committee at Ruishton near Bridgwater in Somerset.
Sunday 9 February
The Reverend Philip de Grey-Warter is the vicar of St Fimbarrus Church in Fowey.
Joe McKnight, 20, is a barman at the Sloop Inn in St Ives.
Ian Luke owns Hayle Golf.
Barry Chapel, 70, is the sign photographer at Land's End.
James Roberts, 21, is a fisherman in Newlyn and an RNLI lifeboat volunteer.
Patrick Harvey is the coxswain at RNLI Penlee lifeboat station and works closely with the fishing community.
Josephine Wall is a retired mother of three from Porthleven.
Jeremy Richards, 47, has been sailing around the Cornish coast for 40 years. He says he feels lucky to still have a boat.