The floods have killed 117 people, up from at least 84 dead a week ago, according to Mozambique's deputy health minister.
International help and pledges fall far short of the $65-million needed to deal with the disaster.
Heavy rain in Serbia and Bosnia has caused rivers to flood, killing some and forcing thousands to flee as the water rises and landslides bury homes.
Rain across SA has led to 32 deaths, 25 of which were drownings. But government is off high alert as the weather seemingly returns to normal.
The South African National Parks is keeping camps in the Kruger Park closed because of floods, which have killed up to six people in Mpumalanga.
A low-lying bridge has washed away in Mabopane, Pretoria, after heavy rains resulted in flooding in various parts of Gauteng.
Dozens of closed roads, five people rescued from rivers and 52 crashes in several hours have been blamed on heavy downpours in Gauteng.
Indonesia is trying to divert rain away from its capital Jakarta after four people were killed due to heavy flooding in the area.
Cape Town authorities said on Sunday that two electrical sub-stations were being repaired following widespread flooding.
Stores in Acapulco have been looted after torrential rains resulted in the deaths of at least 57 people across Mexico.
India's priests are planning to cremate hundreds of flood victims as heavy rains halted the search for thousands of stranded tourists, say officials.
At least three people have been killed by floodwaters, leading authorities to evacuate the western Canadian city of Calgary's entire downtown.
Monsoon flooding that has caused landslides in northern India has killed almost 120 people, and the prime minister says the toll could increase.
North America's first climate refugees and threatened polar bears are the result of carbon dioxide levels at its highest in two-million years.
Mozambique authorities have started evacuations in the flood-struck south where 55 000 people are said to be in danger from rising water levels.
Flood waters from the Incomati River have swept Mozambique's main north-south highway, cutting off Maputo from the north and centre of the country.
The rain tapered off, the sun began to come out of hiding and then with a sudden ferocity, dirty sea water poured into the New York coastline.
Heavy rains, that caused a dam to overflow in south western Nigeria and led to houses being submerged, has killed 20 people and displaced thousands.