23 November 2012
Last updated at 18:04
A man died on Thursday night after getting trapped in his car in flood waters in Chew Stoke, Somerset, as downpours caused chaos across much of the country.
The car is removed from flood water in Chew Stoke, Somerset. The driver died after reportedly being swept into a flooded river in the vehicle.
Water from the River Nith reached businesses in Whitesands in Dumfries on Thursday night.
Houses had to be evacuated overnight on Thursday following a landslip in Upper Camden Place, Bath. It was caused by a 7ft (2m) boulder becoming dislodged from a supporting wall.
Pedestrians walk through the flood water in Evesham, Worcestershire.
Flood water on Pershore High Street in Worcestershire. Road and rail networks have been disrupted in many parts of the UK.
One man and his dog use a boat to avoid the flood water in the car park of Portavon Marina at Keynsham near Bristol.
John Wilkes took this photograph near the A38 in Whitminster, Gloucestershire, on Friday morning.
Cerys Hughes took this picture near her home town of Monmouth, South Wales.
A caravan park near the water line in Evesham, Worcestershire.
Irene Neumann-Graham took this picture near Lacock, Wiltshire, on Friday morning.
High and dry on a patch of grass surrounded by flood water from the River Soar near Mountsorrel, Leicestershire. A dry morning on Friday brought relief for many parts of the UK, but more wet weather is expected on Saturday. You can send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. For conditions visit bbc.co.uk/terms.