A number of flood warnings and alerts remain in place after parts of the region were left have left vast parts of the country saturated.
The Environment Agency has 4 flood warnings in the Midlands and 19 flood alerts. The warnings are in place at:
River Teme at Lower Wick
River Severn at Severn Ham, Tewkesbury
- River Teme at Bransford
- River Leam at Eathorpe, Huningham and OffchurchRiver Leam at Eathorpe, Huningham and Offchurch
Later today the Environment Agency is expected to close the flood gates at Upton on Severn for the first time.
The flood defences in Worcestershire were officially opened on Friday by West Worcestershire MP Harriett Baldwin, marking the completion of the second of two schemes which have cost £4 million to protect the town from flooding.
A new agreement yet to be reached over cover to flood-risk homes, could leave homeowners without flood insurance the LGA has warned.
A flood defence wall, which cost £4 million, has already been used in Worcestershire, just days after its official opening.
Firefighters have had to rescue people from their homes and roads having been cut off after flash flooding hit parts of the Midlands.