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Nottinghamshire Police report that emergency services and local authorities were very busy overnight following flash flooding across Nottinghamshire.
They say that work is continuing around the county after homes, businesses and roads were all affected.
Pockets of standing water remain in various locations and drivers are being urged to take caution on the roads, and be aware that, in some areas, damage has been caused to drain covers and there is debris in the roads.
Southwell was particularly badly hit, with over 50 houses affected.
An advice centre for those affected by floods in Nottingham will be opened at Southwell Town Hall, The Burgage, Southwell, later today.
The A612 remains closed between Southwell and Thurgaton to enable urgent clean-up operations to take place.
A month's rain fell in just a few hours in some areas yesterday.
Pershore in Worcestershire recorded 56mm (2.2 inches) of rain in a three-hour period this morning, more than the area's 50mm average total for the whole of July, the Met Office said.
More than 50 houses have been affected by flooding in Southwell in Nottinghamshire.
The town was one of the worst affected areas in the county - as the bad weather caused problems for homes, businesses and roads overnight.
Standing water remains in various locations, so drivers are being warned to take extra care on the roads this morning.
A huge clean up operation is underway in Nottingham tonight after large parts of the city were hit by flash floods.
The Met Office says that in the last 24 hours the city has seen more than a months worth of rain.
Gail Mellors sent this report from one of the worst areas to be hit.
This video was posted onto Youtube by "Locksleynet" when he was caught up in the flash floods in Nottingham this evening.
It shows cars floating in a pub car park and around a foot of water inside The Grosvenor Pub in Mansfield Road.
Roads are damaged and walls have collapsed in Nottingham after heavy downpours called flash flooding this evening.
The Met Office has confirmed that 35mm of rain fell within an hour during rush hour.
Some of the worst hit areas in the city were Arnold, Hucknall and Bulwell.