Amber and yellow warnings for wind and rain are still in place for today and tomorrow (Saturday).
Keep up to date with the latest forecast.
The stormy conditions will also continue to bring the additional risk of large and potentially hazardous waves in coastal areas.
Will Stephens, RNLI, Coastal Safety Staff Officer, said: "With more stormy weather forecast, we're asking people to take extra care if they're going down to the coast. Rough seas and extreme weather might look exciting, but getting too close can be risky. So respect the water and, in particular, avoid exposed places where big waves could sweep you off your feet."
John Curtin, Head of Incident Management at the Environment Agency, said: "With further river and coastal flooding expected we have teams working around the clock to protect homes and communities, and over 122,600 properties have been protected over the past three days.
"We urge people to stay safe and not to walk or drive through flood water which can be dangerous.
"In the face of this severe weather we would also remind people that they can sign up to receive free flood warnings, check their flood risk and keep up to date with the latest situation on the Environment Agency website and on social media using #floodaware."
Throughout this unsettled spell Met Office forecasters and advisors are working round the clock with our partners to keep everyone up to date with the latest forecast information so they can plan and prepare for the expected weather.
There are practical steps you can take to support your community in preparing for winter weather.
Helping you keep warm and well this winter.
There are certain practical steps that you can take to protect your home from winter weather.
Preparations and precautions when travelling in winter.
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