Meanwhile a fire crew from Shrewsbury received a call for help when one of the large illuminated reindeer at the entrance to the Darwin Shopping Centre on Pride Hill came loose in the wind.
The gritters will be out across the county this evening as a new weather alert has been issued. More than 6,000 homes were without power in Normandy and around 4,000 in Brittany, electricity distributor Enedis said on Twitter.
Flood barriers were put up along the Severn in Shrewsbury, Ironbridge and Bewdley before Christmas but the most serious flooding on Sunday was from the River Vyrnwy in the border areas and from the Severn in Mid Wales.
The national forecaster has warned of rain, sleet and snow showers nationwide.
"We built an embankment around our property so that keeps the water away from us".
The warning will lift at 8pm on Sunday evening.
The arrival of Storm Bella will bring further downpours and winds of up to 60-70mph in exposed coastal locations.
She told BBC viewers: "The amber wind warning has expired now, but there are still plenty of flood warnings that remain in place".
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Similar troubles were seen in the south of England where winds reaching 170 kilometres an hour were recorded on the Isle of Wight overnight Saturday to Sunday.
According to energy firm Drax, 50.67% of the country's power was produced by wind turbines.
Five people were rescued from floodwater by fire crews in North Yorkshire in the early hours of Sunday.
At Aysgarth a couple in their 20s were rescued from the roof of their auto that had become trapped on a flooded section of the road.
On the same road at Wensley Bridge a woman was brought to safety after her vehicle was swept into a hedge. Flooding on the tracks caused train cancellations and delays in southern England, and a main train line into London was blocked by a fallen tree.
Two threat to life flood warnings remain in place in Northamptonshire after days of wintry weather across the Christmas break, with a cold snap with icy and wintry conditions still to come.
Status Yellow snow and ice warnings are in place for counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Tyrone and Derry, these warnings are valid until 3pm.
Sunday will be a very cold and blustery day with sunny spells and showers, some of sleet, snow or hail. Monday there will be more rain, with up to 30 millimetres falling in places.