An Egremont man has built his own flood defences after being frustrated over being flooded 3 times in 11 weeks.
Three years after some of the worst flooding the region has ever seen, ITV Border explores the causes and what the future could hold
Police have warned drivers to avoid Whitehaven town centre because of the threat of flooding.
Important roadworks on the A7 at Hawick have been delayed because of the bad weather.
The repairs were not finished last night as planned because of the heavy rain yesterday.
This means the three way traffic signals on Buccleuch Street will stay in place until Thursday.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has issued a flood warning for the Hawick to Monteviot area.
River levels are rising on the River Teviot as a result of the heavy rainfall during Tuesday.
There is a risk of flooding from the River Teviot to low-lying agricultural areas near to the river as well as Riverside Caravan Park and properties in Denholm.
For information, Scottish Borders Council’s nearest local sandbag store is located at the Fire Station on Howdenbank in Hawick.
There are delays of up to 30 minutes on First Transpennine Express services between Edinburgh Waverley and Carlisle due to flooding between Lockerbie and Carlisle.
Trains have resumed between Lockerbie and Carlisle, but delays are expected until around 3pm.
There are also delays on Virgin Trains between Glasgow Central and Carlisle, and between Edinburgh Waverley and Carlisle due to flooding.
Tickets are being accepted on East Coast, ScotRail and Northern Rail services.
The A5086 partially blocked due to flooding between A595 / Howbank Road (Egremont) and A66 (Cockermouth Roundabout, Cockermouth).
Motorists are being advised to approach the road with care.
There are various stretches of the road affected as well as a number of minor routes through Frizington, Wath Brow, and Cleator Moor.
The B725 is closed in both directions because of fallen power cables and a fallen tree between the A75 (Carrutherstown) and B723 (Hoddom Castle).
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has issued a flood alert for Dumfries and Galloway.
Heavy rain overnight and through this morning has caused a significant rise in river levels, particularly in Dumfriesshire.
SEPA are warning that there is a risk of flooding to low lying land, and a possibility that the Whitesands area of Dumfries may be affected.
Police are warning motorists to drive more carefully as the road conditions continue to deteriorate with heavy rain falling across West Cumbria.
A number of roads across the region have standing water on them - including the A594 at Dovenby, Trumpet Road in Cleator Moor and Loop Road in Whitehaven.
Motorists are being advised to allow extra time for their journey, to slow down and not to attempt to drive through flooded roads.
Flood alerts has been issued by the Environment Agency for the Rivers Ehen, Calder, Irt and Esk.
The main area of concern in West Cumbria is the Egremont area where levels suggest there may be flooding to low lying land and roads.
The weather outlook is for further heavy rain until midday followed by lighter rain into the afternoon and evening.
Four years after the dreadful floods of 2009, it has cost more than four million pounds to replace the hundreds of bridges and pathways that were destroyed.
Cumbria's "Paths for the Public" programme has restored access to the areas cut off by the flood damage, and helped to bring back tourists.
Andy Burn has the full report below.
The restoration of 440 sites damaged in 2009 is being celebrated in Cumbria.
The county experienced the worst flooding in living memory four years ago.
£4.2 million has been spent on repairs.
– Jacquie Brown, owner of Jaquie's salon in Dumfries
"I think it will be excellent for Dumfries, and hopefully put the Whitesands back where it should be, as a pinnacle part of the town centre, and the Chandalese approach that we have with the trees and people rather than cars, I think will be very positive."