Fun-loving Swedes turned a flooded train station in Uppsala, a city near Stockholm, into a makeshift swimming pool.
Natural disasters, World Cup reaction, a balloon, and unusual behaviour displayed at a NATO gala in Brussels have made it into this week's No Comment montage.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe cancelled an overseas trip to deal with Japan's worst flood disaster for 35 years.
Torrential rains has pounded some parts of western Japan with
three times the amount normally seen in July.
Strong thunderstorms affected the city of Morlaix in Finistère.
Parts of Poland, Bulgaria, and northwest France have been hit by the heavy rainfall and storms.
Hours of rain falls in minutes as one district of the Turkish capital sees streets swept clear of cars and roadside businesses by flash floods, injuring several people.
Aid agencies are struggling to provide aid to remote areas of Kenya following several weeks of torrential rain and landslides.
According to Spanish media, more than a thousand pigs were trapped in their pens during strong floods in northeastern Spain.
A timelapse of satellite images shows how an overflowing Evros river has engulfed riverbanks and fields in northern Greece and Turkey.
Floods are the most damaging natural disasters in the world and their frequency has increased sharply.
The worst flood to hit the U.S. State of Indiana in the last 20 years has devastated the 200-year-old town of Utica in the southern portion of the state.
Europe 2 degrees warmer than average, widespread flooding and alpine snowfall. Antarctica 2nd lowest sea ice coverage on record
While the level of the river Seine is starting to fall, rainfall has swelled the water in the river Marne.
The Seine floodwaters have reached their peak, but residents of suburbs to the west of Paris are still feeling the pain.
The river Seine is expected to start dropping in the next 48 hours after topping the six-metre mark, but well below the eight-plus metres of 1910.
Over one thousand people were forced to evacuate their homes in the Paris region as the river Seine continues to rise overflowing riverside walkways in the French capital.
Authorities in the French capital are preparing for the worst as record rainfall could force the Seine River to burst its banks
Car parks flood and cellars need pumping as Saone and Rhone rise inexorably.
France's second city is also feeling the effects of a wet start to 2018.
An orange warning is the second-highest alert and means citizens are advised to "be very vigilant" of the risk brought on by dangerous weather.
Heavy snow and rainfall have prompted several countries to issue alerts and order evacuations amid threats of floodings, landslides and avalanches
Soldiers and police join emergency workers and volunteers to search for survivors and victims, clear debris and restore power and communications.
November 2017 has been confirmed as one of the warmest Novembers on record.
Emergency services responded to residents stranded by the extreme weather