The huge scale of the flooding still affecting the Somerset Levels has been revealed by a series of aerial pictures.
ITV reporter Simon Harris took these pictures whilst in a light aircraft on Sunday morning.
After weeks of extreme weather, the tourism industry in the south west was basking in some rare sunshine for the start of the schools' half term holiday.
Everyone involved is anxious to promote the message that the region is very much open for business.
John Andrews reports.
Part of a Dorset beach has been cordoned off following a "large" cliff fall.
The landslip on East Cliff Beach, West Bay, happened on Saturday afternoon
Coastguards, the fire service and police were at the scene and people have been urged to stay away from the cliffs.
It is not yet known if anyone was hurt. A coastguard helicopter was used "to determine the state of the remaining cliffs", Solent Coastguard said.
Watch manager Andy Jenkins said: "We did have a report that two people were missing in the area, but they have now been accounted for."
The slip at the East Cliff of East Beach is about a mile along the coast from where Charlotte Blackman, from Derbyshire, died in the Burton Bradstock landslip in 2012.
Another slip at Burton Bradstock happened in January.
First Great Western is warning of 'continued disruption' on 'all services' in Devon and Cornwall.
Signalling problems, safety checks as well as the ongoing major track problems in Dawlish are also causing long delays and disruption to journeys.
Everyone is being urged to check before they travel.
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Fifty people were taken to safety last night as their sea-front homes at Dawlish were threatened by storms.
The twenty properties are by the stretch of railway swept away by giant waves last week.
The whole of the south coast has been on high alert with storm force winds and tidal surges, as John Andrews reports:
Forecasters are warning of more heavy rain and gale-force winds today, with the Met Office predicting up to 1.6in (40mm) of rainfall in the South West.
National rail say no trains are running between Penzance and Plymouth due to disruption by the weather.
Storms destroyed an 80m section of track running along the sea front at Dawlish. Work is underway to try and repair it.
Passengers are advised to check the National Rail website before travelling.