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Last night Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue were called to help deal with flooding in an operation theatre at Three Shires Hospital.
The north of our region will be worst affected. The south should start dry and sunny before showers become widespread later.
Roy Stokes, Midlands Flood Risk Manager, Environment Agency, says the showers are moving away from the East but there's still a risk of rain.
Andrew Last, from Leominster, Herefordshire, tells us about the moment his cottage was flooded following torrential rain.
The Midlands rain band is now clearing Birmingham and is pushing towards the North-East.
The worst hit areas are drying up but weather warnings are still in place for another couple of hours because local rivers are still responding to the heavy rain fall.
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