The number of flood alerts for the Midlands has been increased to 13 by the Environment Agency.
They alerts are in place in the following areas:
- River Wye in Herefordshire
- River Wye in Gloucestershire
- Upper Teme
- River Leadon Catchment
- River Monnow and tributaries in England
- River Arrow in Herefordshire
- Rivers in the Forest of Dean
- River Avon in Worcestershire
- River Severn in Worcestershire
- River Severn in Gloucestershire
- River Lugg south of Leominster
- River Severn in Shropshire
- Severn Vyrnwy Confluence
One flood warning has been issued for the River Severn at Severn Ham, including Abbey Mill, Upper and Lower Lode and Shakespeare Court.
A total of 11 flood warnings and 11 flood alerts are still in place across the Midlands today. See the full list here.
The full list of flood warnings issued across the region, alerting people that flooding is expected and immediate action is needed.
Three aircraft attempt to land at Birmingham Airport in today's tricky weather conditions.