UK flooding and storms has claimed the life of a second person - a 21 year old woman who was killed and two other people injured by a falling tree in Exeter, as strong winds raged across the west of the country .
And now serious weather and flood warnings have been issued to the North-east England and north Wales, who have been warned to expect the worst. As the weather front which brought heavy rain and flooding to 816 homes, moves north. Which led to the AA, answering about 12,000 breakdowns on Sunday, including almost 700 cases of people stuck in flood water or mud.
National Rail said the lines would remain closed between Exeter St Davids, Tiverton Parkway and Yeovil Junction today. Tuesday's all-weather horse racing meeting at Southwell in Nottinghamshire has been abandoned due to rising flood waters. And people who had to leave their homes at Billing A quadrome in Northamptonshire last Thursday are still in temporary accommodation.
However residents in flood prone Kempsey, in Worcestershire were angry, as it was confirmed that the £1m spent on flood defence pumps to protect the village had stopped working.
Written and presented by Ann Salter