Dave Throup from the Environment Agency says there's no immediate cause for alarm, but river levels in the Midlands are continuing to rise.
Speaking from a bridge alongside the River Teme at Powick near Worcester, he says the Agency will continue to monitor levels over the coming days as more water moves down from Wales and with more rain forecast.
The heavy downpours are not having a significant effect on the drought situation. The Agency says we need a further six months of this type of weather to return to normal conditions.
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