Storm Desmond wreaked havoc across much of the north or England and Scotland at the weekend.
North Northumberland missed the worst of its destructive power, with Corbridge in the south, Carlisle in the west and the Scottish Borders, particularly Hawick, in the north being badly hit.
But there were still reports of rivers and streams bursting their banks, and trees and power cables brought down by the high winds.
Readers sent in pictures of the effects of the storm, including the River Coquet spilling out onto the flood plain at Rothbury.
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