WATER LOGGED: Residents armed with buckets and waterproofs battle to keep flood water out of their homes in East Street, Martock.
PLOUGHING THROUGH: A motorcyclist in Lopen chances his luck through floodwater. Picture by John Dabinett of Lopen.
DOGGY PADDLE: Keith Lynham of Huish Episcopi walks his dog, Lily in the flooded fields behind the town hall in Langport. Langport and the surrounding villages such as Muchelney and Thorney were some of the worst hit areas during the heavy rainfall of the past week. Picture by Jennie Banks
FLOOD FEARS: Marc Fuller who lives along the Aller Moor is anxious as overflows from the River Parrett pour into his garden and get dangerously close to his house.
DRIVING STEADY: A pair of cars carefully navigate their way through Marston Magna on Friday. Picture by Len Copland.
FLOODING SCENE: Podimore services, just off the A303, suffered as a result of the heavy rain.
RARE OPPORTUNITY: Kayakers took advantage of the wet weather on the flooded fields in Mudford. Picture by Rich Millard
DRENCHED DOGS: Néa and Kyla brave the route from Lyde Road to Pen Mill Railway Station in Yeovil. Picture by Robin and Kerry Morley
NEW LAKE: Flooded fields near Muchelney on Friday. Picture by Richard Barratt of Crewkerne.
WATER WOES: Rainwater spewed through the sides of the Templecombe railway bridge and flooded the road beneath.
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