UK Weather: video from the recent UK storms and flooding
As the UK continues to struggle with the recent severe storms and flooding take a look back at some of the most dramatic video from the past seven days:
Cornwall: Boats filmed sinking as storm hits Porthleven harbour
Video filmed by Jon Carroll showed rough seas crashing over the harbour wall in Porthleven, Cornwall, at the beginning of the week.
South West England: Stormy seas hit Devon, Cornwall and Dorset
Video filmed at the height the bad weather on Tuesday and Wednesday showed the intensity of the storms in Devon, Cornwall and Dorset
Somerset: Aerial pictures of train surrounded by floodwater
Two miles south-west of the flooded village of Moorland, in Somerset, a train made its way across flooded fields.
Somerset: Moorland farmer confronts wave-making lorry
There was deepening anger and frustration in Somerset, where many villages and farms had been flooded since Christmas. Local farmer, Julian Green, was angry at lorry drivers whose vehicles flooded his farmhouse if they drove too fast.
Somerset: Aerial pictures show the scale of the flooding
Residents of the village of Moorland, were told to leave their homes. Simon McCoy reported on the scale of the flooding on the Somerset Levels.
Sussex: Rough seas and strong winds damage Brighton's ruined West Pier
Part of the structure of Brighton's Grade I listed pier was washed away, leaving the skeleton of the pavilion in two parts. Mark Sanders spoke to Rachel Clark of the West Pier Trust and residents in Brighton.
Devon: Dawlish railway line damaged by storm
The railway line in Dawlish, Devon, was left hanging in mid-air after rough seas ripped away the supporting concrete and ballast on Tuesday.
Devon: One of the last trains through Dawlish
Iain McDonald filmed one of the last trains to use the railway track at Dawlish before the line was closed.
Aerial view of River Thames flooding
A news helicopter reveals the extent of flooding in the Thames Valley where some towns and villages faced the worst flooding for 50 years