Environment Agency emergency crews work on defences at Osney Lock in Oxford a few days after the death of a man whose mobility scooter fell into the River Thames nearby.
Flooding is still affecting homes in West Kent. In Paddock Wood work is going on clearing ditches and culverts in a bid to drain water from flooded fields and roads.
Workers from the Upper Medway Drainage Board have been clearing flooded ditches and culverts as water spills from fields onto roads and into houses.
A man has been rescued after getting trapped in a car in flood water in Dorset.
The incident happened incident at Tarrant Monkton this morning.
Dorset Fire and Rescue is advising people not to drive into any flood water.
It can be deceptively deep and only 30cm of water is enough to float a car.
These pictures taken by the ITV News helicopter above the River Wey in Surrey.
Further storms, high tides and gale-force winds are expected across many parts of the UK over the weekend as communities already hit by a trail of devastation begin to assess the damage.
The Met Office has issued yellow warnings of rain in the south of England and snow in the north of England and southern parts of Scotland. Up to 30mm (1.1in) of rain could fall in just six hours, and there are more warnings of flooding and travel disruption
Residents in Chiswell and Portland in Weymouth, Dorset, were evacuated ahead of high tide last night, while around 100 people living in Aberystwyth, Dyfed, were advised to move to higher ground, with many taking shelter in rest centres.
– Jonathan Day, flood risk manager at the Environment Agency
The risk of flooding to the coast will continue over the next few days, especially on the south and west coast and along the Severn estuary.