A tree fell into a block of flats in Bristol's Hanham area last night - leaving some people with minor injuries.
It was caused by Storm Dennis and was one of many incidents across the region over the weekend.
Emergency rescue crews from Burnham were called to help out in South Wales where a major emergency was declared
A man was found dead after falling into a river and some people were evacuated from their homes.
This morning, drivers are being urged to be careful on the roads as there's still flooding on many minor routes.
Blue Watch are currently in attendance with @AFRSKingswood at a fallen tree in Hanham that has struck a block of flats, a few casualties with minor injuries being treated by @swasFT . @AvonFireRescue @AFRSControl @SWASFTHART pic.twitter.com/kaKIxQJ9Yw— Hicks Gate Fire Station (@AFRSHicksGate) February 16, 2020
Burnham's hovercraft was used yesterday to help out in South Wales after a Met Office 'Red Alert' was issued.
BARB’s flood rescue team has been deployed to South Wales this afternoon to assist with flood relief efforts as part of #StormDennis alongside several emergency services and other members of @surflifesaving. https://t.co/pT8JQLPEUE— BARB Search & Rescue (@barbhovercraft) February 16, 2020
In the trains both Great Western and South Western railways expect to run services after lines were blocked yesterday due to flooding.
We expect to be able to run the majority of services on Monday 17 February.— GWR Help (@GWRHelp) February 16, 2020
Customers should check before travelling as parts of the network may still be at risk of flooding.
Please visit https://t.co/L3g1PPT9Q3
Fire crews in Weston-Super-Mare have been making building tiles safe - so they don't fall down onto the pavement and road.
Over the weekend the Watchet Coastguard have been on patrol to stop people putting themselves in danger at places like Dunster. Blue Anchor Beach and Doniford .
This morning our team were on patrol during the high tide during #StormDennis . Glad to report no one putting themselves in danger on the #RiverAville #Dunster #BlueAnchorBeach #Doniford . Also liaised with @MineheadRNLI . @MCA_media #MCoastguard pic.twitter.com/Zt366tyTcw— Watchet Coastguard (@WatchetCRT) February 16, 2020
Across Somerset there's currently 16 flood warnings and 32 alerts. Dorset has 18 flood warnings and 29 flood alerts. Wiltshire has 14 warnings and 43 alerts.
4am & after 12hrs on duty with 8 CEVs with the river levels now leveling off time to get some rest. Today's stats:— BoA TC CEVs (@BoATCCEVs) February 17, 2020
Providing local info to @EnvAgencySW & @DWFireRescue teams
Providing flood defence equipment & advice to 10+ local residents & businesses
Reassuring the community pic.twitter.com/AyP7ju0Wd1
In Bristol there's 1 flood warning for the lower Bristol Avon, from Twerton to the city.
There's also four flood alerts.
Expect plenty of surface water and debris on many roads in the morning so please take care and give yourself extra time on your journey.— Wiltshire Council (@wiltscouncil) February 16, 2020
Our crews will be solely focusing on the fallout from #StormDennis tomorrow so please keep them updated on any issues https://t.co/AiFhVMuIZv pic.twitter.com/7pEVNkWjtV
It comes as the Met Office are getting a 1-point-2-billion pound supercomputer.
The government say it's to improve forecasting for airports and to better predict storms in the future