23 November 2012
Last updated at 11:37
Heavy rain and severe gales have led to widespread flooding across the Midlands and the south-west of England. In Somerset a man died after his vehicle became trapped in flood water.
The man was released from his car by firefighters called to Chew Stoke, in Somerset, on Thursday evening. He was pronounced dead on the way to hospital.
Motorists have faced roads blocked by floods, rubble, fallen trees and power cables. Aneta Szakiel took this picture of the B4084 leaving Pershore crossing the River Avon. She said: "Its between eight and 12in deep. If people can choose a different way please do it - you never know what is under the water and sometimes something that looks like a muddy puddle can be really deep and dangerous."
In the Midlands a clear up has begun after roofs came off buildings and trees blew down. A motorist escaped injury when a tree fell on his car in Wolverhampton. Jay Sutera, 33, had been driving in Springfield when he pulled over in Grimstone Street to take a phone call and he heard a "massive crack". He said he instinctively crouched down just before the tree hit.
In Staffordshire the waterlogged ground quickly flooded in some areas. Danielle Waller took this picture in Croaxall, in Lichfield. She said: "We may be flooded, but the dogs are loving it! The water comes up as quick as it goes."
Landslides were reported in parts of the South West including in Upper Camden Place, Bath, where homes were evacuated overnight.
Flood warnings and alerts remain in place across England including on the River Avon. There was flooding at the Upper River Avon at Sherston, next to the Stretchline factory.
In Cornwall there was a landslip in Mevagissey overnight, on the West Quay near the aquarium. More disruption is predicted over the weekend when the wind and rain is set to continue.