The West's fire and rescue teams tell motorists not to drive through floodwaters after spending the night rescuing people from their cars.
Villagers in Ponsanooth have rallied round to help the owner of the local store and post office after it was flooded.
The Health and Safety Executive is urging businesses to ensure lives are not put at risk following six deaths in the region last year.
Head Coach Rob Baxter believes his team can use home advantage when they host Northampton in next Sunday's Anglo-Welsh Cup final.
Captain Dean Mumm told ITV West Country he believes the Exeter Chiefs can win next Sunday's Anglo-Welsh Cup final against Northampton at Sandy Park.
The Exeter Chiefs have reached the final of the Anglo-Welsh Cup, which will be played at their home ground, Sandy Park, next Sunday.
The Chiefs beat Bath in the semi-final at the Rec this afternoon by 22 points to 19 to record their first victory over their West Country rivals since 1978.
Two tries from Luke Arscott and a further score from Fetu Vainikolo proved crucial, while Bath missed a late penalty which would have taken the game to extra time.
Hundreds of volunteers have started to help in the clear up operation in Somerset. 150 homes are still flooded on the Somerset Levels and Moors, with thousands of hectares of farm land still under water.
More than 400 people have volunteered to help with clearing up. It's expected to take the next year.
A3058 St Austell Street is closed both ways after a serious accident involving a motorcycle. The incident happened between Trenithon Lane (Summercourt) and B3275 (Brighton).
Work is being done to salvage a cargo vessel that was sinking off The Lizard this morning. Five crew members were brought into Falmouth after efforts to pump water from the vessel failed.
"We received the mayday broadcast from the 'Sea Breeze' at 7.00 am and were able to get lifeboats and the helicopter on scene quickly, along with other vessels that were in the vicinity. The lifeboats and helicopter pumped water off the cargo vessel, whilst HMS Tyne was on its way with commercial pumps. "
– Alex Greig, Falmouth Coastguard Watch Manager
"However, unfortunately, the smaller pumps could not keep up with the ingress of water and the crew had to abandon ship at 8.40 am. Five of the crew are now safely ashore. A couple of them have minor injuries. The captain has remained on scene on board HMS Tyne to help with the salvage operation."
You can see footage from the rescue here