A tree which fell on a car during the high winds
Five people, including a pregnant woman and two children, fled their car in Dorset when it was enveloped by floodwater during high winds.
Dorset fire service said the water was up to the car bonnet when crews arrived at Whitchurch Canonicorum at 2345 GMT.
In Bournemouth, the roof of a car parking area of student accommodation was blown off. Nobody was hurt.
The Environment Agency said no homes were flooded. It has warned people to avoid the coast due to high tides.
A spokesman said on Saturday: "There have been no reports of flooding around the coast and in our rivers.
"However, we are urging people to stay away from the coast as the tides are peaking at the moment.
"It is very treacherous around the coast."
A number of students were left shaken but nobody was injured
Although nobody was injured when the car park roof of Lyme Regis House - one of Bournemouth University's student halls - collapsed onto vehicles parked underneath, a number of students were left shaken.
The incident happened at about 2300 GMT.
A woman became trapped in her car by floodwater at Broadwindsor near Beaminster, during another incident.
She was rescued by firefighters at about 2320 GMT.
The severe flood warning for Christchurch Harbour has been downgraded to one of seven flood warning in the South West. There are 17 flood watches in place for the region.