Two more people have died in Greece as severe thunderstorms moved to the eastern Aegean Sea on Monday evening, bringing the death toll to four.

On Rhodes, a woman was found dead after her room flooded, and on Kos, another woman drowned after going for a swim in the sea during bad weather.
In western Greece, hundreds of homes were flooded after heavy overnight rainfall.

The bodies of two men were recovered late Sunday and early Monday near the port of Antirio, 250 kilometers (155 miles) west of the capital, Athens, after their sailboat was caught in the severe weather.
Kineta, a beach town of Athens that was described as being the worst hit by the storms. Emergency services said it could take days to clear the extensive damages, where trees and rockfalls from surrounding hills also disrupted the road network.

The fire service reported widespread flooding of homes, saying hours after the downpours it was still trying to remove people trapped in buildings by water and debris.