Warnings of yet more flooding have been issued as some areas face downpours which could see almost a month's rain fall in just a few hours.
The Environment Agency said people across central and eastern England should remain on alert for possible floods as heavy thunderstorms are forecast for many areas later today and tomorrow.
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The Environment Agency (EA) has issued two flood warnings in the South West and 24 flood alerts across other parts of England.
The bad weather is set to continue tomorrow with the heavy rain moving across the Midlands, East Anglia and parts of northern England.
Parts of Britain have been warned to expect further flooding today as forecasters predict yet more downpours.
A band of heavy and persistent rain is set to hit the South West this morning before spreading across southern parts of England and Wales during the afternoon
.The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of rain across the south and south west of England, saying that flooding is likely due to the already rain-sodden ground.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for the River Sheppey at Shepton Mallet and Croscombe and a lower level flood alert for nearby east Somerset rivers.
Avon and Somerset Police are currently knocking on doors to alert people. There is a possibility that the river will overtop at the nearby village of Godney.
John Rowlands for the Environment Agency said:
This kind of localised event is difficult to predict but is devastating when it happens.
It's important in this situation that people should not attempt to drive or walk through the flood water.
Our teams have been hard pressed this week already and we're doing all we can to contain the situation and prevent it getting worse.
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Thunderstorms and torrential downpours are forecast to cause more misery across already rain-soaked parts of Britain today.
Weather experts said up to 15mm of rain could fall in an hour in some places as the period of unseasonably wet weather that has brought flooding up and down the country continues.
The Environment Agency has three flood warnings - one in the South West and two in the Midlands - and 26 flood alerts in place across England.
While the Met Office has issued an amber warning of rain for south-eastern areas of Scotland and yellow warnings across large swathes of southern and northern England.