26 November 2012
Last updated at 13:07
After a weekend of disruption caused by heavy rain and floods, there are warnings that more parts of Britain could be affected today. Rick Carpenter in Hayle, Cornwall took this photo near Hayle viaduct: "I was shocked to see this lovely old tree lying on its side. Luckily it appears to have fallen adjacent to the main road."
A woman has abandoned her car has flood levels rise in Tanfield Lea, County Durham. Photo: Andrew Greener
Tesni Hill took this picture of a bus that had got stuck in Church Laneham, in Nottinghamshire.
There are about 230 flood warnings and 300 flood alerts in England and Wales, and two flood alerts in Scotland. Chris Fleming in Hampton Court took this image of a boat almost dragged under water by the ropes which were supposed to keep it buoyed.
Many roads have been closed due to flooding, particularly across the South West of England and the Midlands. Sally Bowes in Stathe in Somerset says that the villagers have been stuck in their homes for five days but have been able to carry on with a 'Dunkirk spirit'
Mrs Bowes said the flooding in Stathe in Somerset had never been this bad before but the problem was due to drains not being cleared out properly. She said her children had found it an adventure at first but were now itching to get back to school.
So far, two people have died in the storms - a woman killed by a falling tree in Exeter and a man whose car crashed into a swollen river in Cambridgeshire.
Insurance companies are warning that a lack of progress in talks with the government could leave 200,000 homes without cover against flood damage. John Wilkes has been out and about in Frampton-on-Severn in Gloucestershire taking pictures of the flooding there.
It's not just humans who have been affected. Dennis Whitfield took this picture of a roe deer family navigating through the floods at Ringwood, with horses looking on in the background.
The rain and floods are forecast to continue until late on Tuesday but PM David Cameron has said the government "will help ensure everything is being done to help".
Many roads have had to close because of flooding, particularly across the South West of England and the Midlands. But as this picture by Peter Hayes, shows, for some the warnings come just a little bit late.
Danielle Waller (l) and her sister Eloise Hayes were thigh deep in flood waters this morning in Croxall, Staffordshire.
Paul Andrew took this image of the River Trent at Millgate, Newark showing the flood plains "which are doing their job and effectively taking water away from our house." Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. For conditions visit bbc.co.uk/terms.