Storm Dennis battered the UK with flooding, heavy rain and 90mph winds at the weekend.
The UK is facing flooding and high winds for the second weekend in a row, as Storm Dennis is set to be even worse than Storm Ciara.
Weather warnings for wind, snow and ice remained in place for large parts of the country as the UK after the storm ripped through the country at the weekend.
The RNLI lifeboat was called out in extreme weather to rescue a surfer in Hastings, East Sussex.
The Met Office has issued a series of severe weather warnings, including an amber warning for strong winds, which warns of 'danger to life' on Sunday.
The former 'Countdown' star is taking part in the latest series of reality TV series Cariad@iaith which sees celebrities learn the Welsh language.
Some areas of southern England got nearly 2in (50mm) of rain in just 36 hours, causing flooding and travel chaos as roads were closed.
Temperatures are dropping across the country, but it doesn't necessarily mean we're in line for a white Christmas.
Footage shows huge logs floating on an overflowing river in the Philippines days after typhoon Kammuri hit the country. Resident April Joy Manaligod said that widespread logging in the region could be blamed for the sea of wood drifting on the Abuan river after the typhoon. The local government of Abuan with the help of residents began clearing the river last Friday (December 6) when the video was recorded. The typhoon did not directly pass through Isabela province, but it is one of the areas that sustained massive flooding and damages when it experienced the effects of the strong winds and rain. National highways are still blocked from the debris and huge logs that were washed up during the typhoon. Classes are still suspended in 19 towns in Isabela province.
U.N. humanitarian officials say Ytyphoon Kammuri (Tisoy) reportedly killed 13 people and displaced nearly 400,000 others as it crossed the Philippines with fierce winds and rain this week.
Footage shows the aftermath of Typhoon Kammuri in the Philippines today (December 5). The Abuan river in Ilagan, Isabela has swollen and burst its banks after consecutive days of heavy rain from the deadly storm. The typhoon has moved out of the country but torrential floodwater still continues to flow from the mountains into the river. Huge logs and uprooted trees are washed away with it, piling waste onto a bridge in the region. Residents are discouraged from crossing the bridge, but it's the only road that connects their town to the national highways.
Typhoon Kammuri leaves a path of destruction as strong winds batter Davao City, the Philippines, on December 4. According to reports, at least 13 people have been killed by the typhoon and thousands have been displaced.
The death toll from a typhoon that hit provinces south of the Philippine capital rose to 10, disaster agencies said on Wednesday, pointing to precautions and compulsory evacuations as key in preventing more casualties. Typhoon Kammuri, the 20th to enter the Philippines this year, hit land on Monday night, prompting forced evacuation of thousands of residents and cancellation of hundreds of flights. It also disrupted the schedule for some events in the Southeast Asian Games, which the Philippines is hosting until Dec. 11.