As the snow starts to melt, the Environment Agency is now warning people that there is a serious threat of flooding.
Fifteen more flood warnings and alerts in the Midlands have been removed by the Environment Agency in the past 24 hours.
As more rain is forecast for this evening there are many flood warnings and alerts for the Midlands. See here for flood advice and news.
The Environment Agency is warning of an increased risk of flooding this winter. After days of rain in recent weeks, the ground in many parts of the Midlands is saturated.
Figures show around 620 properties were flooded across the Midlands between April 2012 and March of this year. During the same period, the Environment Agency issued 432 flood warnings with more than three quarters of them between November and January.
To minimise the impact of potential floods on homes this year, workers are now clearing watercourses where there's been flooding in the past.
Three men who conned pensioners out of thousands of pounds by claiming their homes were infested with vermin have been jailed.
Errol and Timothy Flynn and a 16-year-old who cannot be named because of his age, were all jailed at Birmingham Crown Court following an undercover police operation.
For more information visit the Environment Agency website.
There are currently nine flood warnings across the Midlands and 29 flood alerts.
The Environment Agency is updating its website every 15 minutes. Follow the link to see if you may be affected.
With River Severn levels rising we're shutting the flood gates at New Street #upton
The Environment Agency has now issued eight flood warnings across the Midlands, with 29 flood alerts.
The rivers Avon, Dene, Leam and Anker seem to be posing the greatest risk in the region.
The full list can be viewed here.
To see if you're at risk, follow the link to a full list of alerts.
The Environment Agency has now issued 13 flood alerts across the Midlands – meaning the risk of flooding is possible and local residents should be prepared.
To see if you may be affected, follow the link to the list of rivers at risk.
In the last hour the Environment Agency has added a further three flood alerts to rivers in the Midlands.
With rain faling through the night and into this afternoon – plus snow predicted for this evening – the Environment Agency has issued several flood alerts across the region.
Rivers in Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Worcestershire and Shropshire are already raising concerns.