The Environment Minister Caroline Spelman has been to visit the flood hit area of Felpham near Bognor Regis in West Sussex.
Holidaymakers at the Riverside Caravan Park in Bognor Regis, flooded out by the storms, have been treated to a barbecue.
Villagers at Felpham in Sussex have resorted to canoes to get around the streets.
Sussex Police say they are concerned for the welfare of Aelfred 'Aelfi' Morris, 27, who has not been seen since he set off for a cycle ride to Felpham on Saturday, 15 June. His disappearance is out of character and his family are very concerned.
He set off from Worthing to cycle to his grandmother's in Felpham but he never arrived and has not made any contact with his family. Insp Steve Rayland said: "We and his family are increasingly concerned as Aelfred suffers from depression and has not been out of touch with his family for so long."
Aelfred, who lives in Bognor, is described as slim, about 6' 3", he has short dark hair, a beard, and was wearing a cream hoodie and jeans. He is riding a blue mountain bike and is wearing a blue rucksack. Please call Sussex Police on 101 if you have any information.
Arun District Council is putting out flooding updates on Twitter, @ArunDistrict. Engineers will be out all night manning pumps. The flood rest centre at Felpham has been stood down, while residents are helped to find temporary accommodation.
Aerial pictures just in of the flooding throughout Felpham in Sussex. Streets throughout the area are under several feet of water.
The A259 Felpham Way re-opened in both directions, earlier flooding at Downview Road / Felpham Road