The Environment Agency (EA) has urged the public stay safe around rivers and not to drive through flood water, as rain battered many parts of the country.
Chris Francis, of the EA, told ITV News that rivers in the south west of England are "very swollen" due to heavy rain, so people should remain very cautious.
"We've had so much rain, and debris in the river has got caught up with all the flooding," he said.
"Hopefully the rain should stop soon. The water seems to be flowing clearly under the river now, so it should start to recede fairly soon."
Mr Francis added that EA teams have been dispatched to respond to reports of flooding in the region, and have been checking rivers and bridges to help ensure public safety.
A windy day across the UK with sunshine in the north and cloud in the south.
Homeowners and businesses affected by the severe weather are being advised to contact their insurer as soon as possible.
Tuesday will be a largely cloudy day with some showers and highs of 12 Celsius (54F).