The Environment Agency has released three new Flood Alerts for the Midlands area.
- A Flood Alert for the River Avon in Worcestershire
- A Flood Alert for the River Blythe in Warwickshire
- A Flood Alert for the River Leam and River Itchen on the low-lying roads between Grandborough and Leamington
There are flood alerts at the following locations in the Midlands and forecasts for heavy rain in some areas:
**River Lugg North of Leominster
Bow and Piddle Brook
River Lyd and Cinderford Brook
River Frome in Herefordshire**
**River Arrow in Herefordshire
Ledwyche Brook and River Rea
River Teme, River Onny and River Corve & their tributaries upstream of Ludlow
River Teme and its tributaries downstream of Ludlow
River Severn in Shropshire
River Leadon and its tributaries**
Two flood alerts are still in place in the Midlands.
Areas around the River Trent in Derbyshire have been on alert since Sunday, and people around the River Blithe and River Swarbourn in Staffordshire should also continue to be prepared.
Homes and businesses across the East Midlands have begun to pick up the pieces after more flash flooding hit the region.
The true cost of the damage is still unclear but it's estimated to run into millions of pounds.
With children now on school holidays, some families have found themselves out of their homes with months of repair ahead of them. Sally Lockwood reports.
A pub in Nottingham has estimated its clear up will cost £100,000 after flash floods hit parts of the region.
It is the third time The Grosvenor Pub has flooded in the last five years.
They are hoping to re-open next week.
The Grosvenor Pub in Nottingham is continuing its clean up operation after flash flooding hit parts of the region.
The clear up operation is estimated to cost £100,000.
It is the third time the pub has flooded in the last five years. It took just six minutes for the pub to become entirely flooded.
Despite having flood defence barriers, the water was coming in quicker than people could evacuate the building and they could not get them up in time.
The Grosvenor say they are hoping to re-open next week.
The Environment Agency has reduced the Flood Alerts for the Midlands from four to three.
The Environment Agency has reduced the Flood Alerts for the Midlands from five to four.
The Environment Agency has issued five Flood Alerts for the Midlands.
Flood alerts advise people to be prepared for possible flooding.
Businesses in Market Harborough, which was one of the worst places hit by last night’s floods, are still trying to recover.
And with warnings of more floods in the Midlands, shop workers will be hoping they do not have to spend another day cleaning up.
Wesley Suter is from a jewellery shop in the town.