Fields and roads in parts of the UK resemble rivers following severe wind and rain. Readers have been sending in their pictures to the BBC News website. Picture by Nigel Shearing.
Parts of Scotland were badly affected by weather conditions. Adam Graves of Stirling said this picture showed the result of "a roof blown onto my poor car!"
Reverend Will Cookson said part of a tree crashed near his office in Carshalton, Surrey. No-one was injured, but two cars and a building were damaged.
Beckenham Lane in Kent was just one of the many roads disrupted by fallen trees. Photograph sent by Steve Sheppardson.
This picture was taken at Walnut Tree estate in Milton Keynes by Sam Loud, who said fire crews pumping the water estimated it was up to a metre deep in the underpass.
This picture of a flooded valley bottom in Bainbridge, Wensleydale, was sent in by Sylvia Crookes.
A game of football now seems unlikely at the Open University's football pitch in Milton Keynes. Picture by Dick Skellington.
A tree fell across North Hill Road in Highgate, north London. Luckily, no-one was hurt. Picture by Justin Atkinson.
Raza from Levenshulme, Manchester, said she "got a shock" after spotting this tree across her garden. Luckily, her children were at school at the time.
A car park in Callander, Scotland, flooded after the River Teith burst its banks. The picture was sent in by Nicola.