Flood warnings and alerts are being reduced as water levels fall across the region.
Fifteen flood warnings and 11 flood alerts remain in place for the Midlands - fewer than half the number in place at times last week.
All but one of the warnings issued are for areas lining the River Severn, with the fifteenth issued for the River Frome at Brimscombe and Thrupp.
The Environment Agency has confirmed that river levels are falling, but has urged people to stay alert.
Widespread flooding across the country has been marked by calls for rivers to be dredged - but not everyone agrees.
Several roads have reopened as flood waters start to fall. Click here for the full list of closures still in force.
A number of roads have reopened as the flood waters start to recede. Here is the full list of closures still in force.