The Environment Agency is warning communities in the South West to remain vigilant for flooding following the rain this morning and with further heavy rain expected later today and into Thursday.
Rain will fall on saturated ground, which is expected to lead to surface water and river flooding.
This is likely to lead to some flooding of property and roads, and cause travel disruption.
There are currently three flood warnings in place for the Somerset Moors and Levels but more are expected to be issued across the region later today and into tomorrow morning.
Those in areas at risk should check the Environment Agency website for the latest information or by calling the Flood Line on 0845 988 1188.
High tides and gales force winds could cause coastal flooding in parts of the region. The Environment Agency has issued 11 flood warnings.
Spring tides and strong south easterly gales could cause problems for coastal communities in Dorset, Devon and Cornwall tomorrow and over the weekend.
A large area of low pressure across the North Atlantic has increased the risk of storm surges.
Agency gangs have been out checking flood defences and closing tidal flood gates at a number of coastal locations including Truro, Polperro and Plymouth Sutton.
Those in areas of risk should check the Environment Agency website for the latest information or call 0845 988 1188.
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