The Environment Agency has issued a further two flood warnings for the Midlands, this time in Warwickshire.
The warnings are for the River Anker at Mancetter, Witherley and Atherstone, as well as the same river further North at Grendon and Bradley Green.
Flood warnings mean flooding is expected and people should take immediate action. There are now four flood warnings in the Midlands.
There is also one new flood alert, for the River Trent in Derbyshire between Newton Solney and Castle Donington.
Flood alerts advise people to be prepared for possible flooding.
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