UK floods: Met Office issues 'most severe' red warning
In Berkshire and Surrey, 14 severe flood warnings were in place while in Somerset, two remained in place.
A man in his 70s was killed due to electrocution caused by power line.
A man in his 70s was reportedly killed due to electrocution when he was trying to remove a tree that brought down a power line.
On Tuesday, scientists warned that floods in UK could last for months.
A groundwater scientist at the British Geological Survey told a news agency, "groundwater levels are now so high that parts of Britain face a serious risk of flooding for weeks or even months to come. The risk of flooding could remain high until May."
Since last week, hundreds of homes were swamped by floods along the River Thames while British Prime Minister David Cameron warned that stricken communities were "in it for the long haul".