The legacy of the winter storms continues to be felt right across our region with many communities still struggling to get back to normal - and in many cases rebuild their shattered livelihoods.
And none more so than the Cornish fishing village of Porthleven. Repairs are continuing to the picturesque harbour there, while many of the fishermen have only recently got back to sea. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy has been to meet some of them.
A beach cafe in South East Cornwall that was destroyed by the winter storms will officially reopen today. The Seaton beach cafe was left in tatters after waves crashed through the village in January. It has been completely rebuilt after being closed since the beginning of February.
A hotelier has told ITV News that Cornwall's been forgotten by the Government in the race to get the county up and running following the winter storms.
Zoe Holmes who runs the Bay Hotel at Coverack says this should be one of their busiest times of the year but trade is down by two thirds.
The main road into the village has been closed since the middle of February and might not re-open until the end of May.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports:
A South West MEP is saying that fishermen who have lost equipment in the recent storms should apply to the EU for grants to replace it.
Julie Girling says there is a substantial amount of money available through the European Fishing Fund for those who've lost out financially because of the weather.
Network Rail will tell rail operators that they can soon sell tickets for journeys through Dawlish from the 17th of April onwards.
It comes after yesterday's announcement that Network Rail is aiming to reopen the track ahead of schedule.
On ITV West Country Tonight we'll be showing you behind the scenes at Dawlish, at what's being described as Ground Zero.
The leader of Devon County Council has demanded that the Government provides more support for the South West following the latest wave of storm force weather.
John Hart, who chairs the body representing local authorities across the peninsula, says there's nothing anybody can do about the weather but the time has come for the Government to take action on improving the region's resilience.
The Environment Agency has issued 14 flood warnings for rivers across the West Country. For the details click here.
This video posted by lollipop494 shows the Penzance coastline in Cornwall being battered by large waves and heavy rain. Strong winds saw large waves blow on to the carriageway causing problems for motorists.
People had to be rescued from their cars in Launceston in Cornwall after they got submerged in water. The Tamar Bridge had a lane closed for a time this evening due to strong winds. Train travel has also been disrupted with trees falling on tracks.