Weatherwise, yesterday was one of the pleasantest days we've had for a while, but the weather is now on the slide again.
Just because it’s been a fine St. Swithin’s Day today does not mean that we are able to forecast dry weather now for the next 40 days.
Today is going to be the best day of the next few. Some welcome dry weather today, but unsettled and cool afterwards.
Severn Trent Water say they have dealt with double the number of calls during the recent heavy downpours. Seventy percent of the calls turned out to be unnecessary. Watch Andy Bevan's full report.
Calls to a water company have doubled following the flash flooding across the region in recent weeks.
Bosses at Severn Trent Water said 70 per cent of the calls being made were for things the firm is not responsible for, like streams overflowing or drains being blocked.
Last night, parts of the region again saw more than the regional monthly average amount of rainfall which is 51.8mm for July.
More than 50mm rain in Shropshire.
Yardley, Northamptonshire saw 38mm.
South Leicestershire up to 30mm.
6 flood warnings & 23 alerts now in force www.environment-agency.gov.uk
The Met Office expect most of any showers to dry up this evening and the yellow weather warning for heavy rain has been removed from the region.
The Environment Agency says the River Severn should remain elevated but they are optimistic of the drier forecast holding out for the next 24 hours.