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See more of your Monday storm shots

Photo: Caroline Pedler

Monday's UK storm continued into late evening. Floods and power outages were reported in some areas of the country. Caroline Pedler took this shot at Trevaunance Cove, Cornwal.

Photo: John Mundell

A lucky escape for the house. Remarkably only a few roof tiles were damaged at the home of John Mundell's father-in-law in Brading, Isle of Wight .

Photo: Richard Wilcox

The waves at Iscles of Scilly nearly crashed over the Mermaid Inn. Photo: Richard Wilcox

Photo: Sarah Moss

Sarah Moss took this picture in Newport, Isle of Wight. The River Medina burst its banks and flooded the island's capital town.

Photo: Mike Fudge

Against advice, residents in Penarth, South Wales braved the storm to see some of the highest tides this year. Photo: Mike Fudge

Photo: Dee Caldwell

Flooding in Selsey, Chichester damaged more than a 100 caravans. Photo: Dee Caldwell

Photo by John Biggs

John Biggs witnessed these extraordinary waves against the habour wall at Brighton Marina.

Photo: David Haines

Sand bags prevented major flood damage to the Old Sail Loft Restaurant in Cornwall. Send photos to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. Terms & conditions at bbc.co.uk/yourpics



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