Storm Dennis has caused travel chaos across the region with flights cancelled, bridges closed and fallen trees blocking roads.
Emergency services have been warning people not to put themselves at risk in treacherous conditions.
Hillhead Coastguards posted dramatic footage of the stormy conditions they faced along the sea front:
EasyJet has cancelled about 350 flights over the weekend - almost 100 of these are to and from Gatwick Airport - customers are offered the option to transfer their flight for free or a refund.
About 60 flights were grounded at London's Heathrow Airport, mostly British Airways.
Network Rail urged passengers to check before travelling, warning of expected delays and cancellations to services due to flooding, trees down and debris on the line, including sheet metal:
The QEII Bridge at Dartford was closed overnight but re-opened just after 11am on Sunday.
Sunday's sporting programme has been affected by the weather.
The fifth round of the Women's FA Cup was disrupted as games between Arsenal and Lewes and Leicester and Reading were postponed.
"This decision has been taken due to crowd safety issues relating to the current weather conditions and Sunday's forecast," said a statement on the Arsenal website.
"The safety of all supporters at Meadow Park is of paramount importance, while we have also taken consideration of the impact of weather conditions on the journey Lewes supporters will be making.
"This match will now be played on Sunday, February 23 with kick-off at 1pm at Meadow Park."
Leicester City Women tweeted: "Due to #StormDennis the decision has been made to cancel today's fixture against @ReadingFCWomen.
Marwell Wildlife Park has been closed due to heavy rain and drainage problems:
Emergency Services are reminding motorists not to drive through flood water. One person had to be helped after his vehicle got stuck in St Leonards:
Viewers have been sending us pictures of conditions where they are: