Volunteers have been giving out special flood packs to owners of flood prone homes on the Somerset Levels.
The packs include giant waterproof bags to protect belongings, do it yourself sand bags and were given out in Moorland and Burrowbridge.
They've been put together by The Somerset Emergency Volunteers to help prevent damage like what was seen in the floods 2 years ago.
A second Somerset village has become an island after getting cut off by the floods.
Oath near Burrowbridge is now surrounded by water and there are fears things could get worse with more water running off the fields and more rain forecast this week.
There are reports North Moor has risen and the flood level at Middlemoor has gone up to nearly 5 meters.
This footage is of floods at Burrowbridge in Somerset, looking out towards Othery, the Levels and Aller.
credit: AztecMedia Skycam
A361 Main Road in both directions closed due to flooding between Riverside (Burrowbridge, Somerset Levels) and Cuts Road (East Lyng).
There are three flood warnings in place in the region tonight. The first is for Salt Moor and North Moor, including East Lyng, Burrowbridge, West Yeo, Moorland and Fordgate.
There is also one for the A361 East Lyng to Burrowbridge and Curry Moor and Hay Moor. More rain is expected overnight and people living in areas at risk are advised to take action.
New Road is still closed because of flooding between Riverside in Burrowbridge and Northmoor Lane in Lyng. Somerset County Council says it will remain closed for the rest of the week at least.