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22 flood warnings remain in place in the Midlands as rain continues across the region.
There are also still 28 flood alerts in place.
Drivers in Lincoln wanting to access the A1 are facing huge diversions to either Gainsborough or Newark, as the A57 is severly flooded after the River Trent burst its banks. The road either side of Dunham Bridge will be closed for several days.
Keith Wilkinson spent a second day in Severn Stoke where residents are using boats to get around.
The Environment Agency has told Central Tonight that flood waters could be with us until Spring next year.
Dave Throup from the Environment Agency says: "We don't expect this situation to change until spring, summertime at the best."
These pictures sent in from a viewer show the high river levels in Worcester following heavy rainfall.
The Met Office has confirmed that this year has been the wettest for the Midlands since records began in 1910. Rainfall far exceeded the previous record, in 1960.
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Environment Agency figures show the River Teme could rise considerably in places in the next 24 hours.
If you are affected, or at risk of flooding, here you will find the latest advice on what to do and how to monitor the risks.