25 November 2012
Last updated at 15:50
Heavy rain has led to more than 800 homes being flooded in England and Wales, while two people have died. In Malmesbury, Wiltshire, four people were rescued from their homes after what the mayor said was the worst flooding in 70 years.
The river Avon bursts its banks at Malmesbury as photographed by Catherine Parry at 07:00 GMT on Sunday. Houses have been flooded and cars are stuck in the flood water. The market town sits on the convergence of two tributaries and is prone to flooding.
A young girl is carried through flood water in the centre of the village of Ruishton, near Taunton
The rising flood waters has caused problems across much of England. Here, a man is driven in a digger bucket to recover a car from flood water in Hathern, Leicestershire.
The Gloucestershire town of Tewkesbury, hit by severe flooding five years ago, is again coping with rising river levels.
In Exeter, a woman died in hospital after she became trapped under a fallen tree. Two other people were injured when the spruce came down at about 23.50 GMT on Saturday.
This is Kempsey, Worcestershire, where about 30 houses have been evacuated after heavy rain led to flooding. A local councillor said the village had been badly hit and the situation was made worse when water pumps failed.
Steve Petrucci, who lives on Church Street in Kemspey, said: “We were not flooded, but at its highest the lawn was covered in water, about 4ft above street level lapping up against the house. This photo was taken once the flood pump had been repaired."
Kevin Davis snapped this water-loving Springer in a flooded field near the Dorset Stour in the village of Shillingstone.
Ian Hollis took this shot of Watery Lane in Solihull living up to its name. A small window of sunshine is expected to cross the UK on Sunday afternoon before more rain falls in the evening.