There are three severe flood warnings in place for the South West - meaning 'danger to life' - and 33 flood warnings - meaning 'take immediate action'.
For the full list, including maps of precise locations, visit the Environment Agency website here.
More of the West Country is at risk of flooding this New Year's Day after heavy rain overnight has begun to spill into our waterways.
The Environment Agency has now issued 14 flood warnings for the region. Click here for details and advice on what to do if you are at risk.
- River Axe (Upper) from Winsham to Axminster inc Chard Junction & Weycrof
- River Teign (Lower) from Chudleigh to Kingsteignton
- River Clyst from Broadclyst to Clyst St Mary
- River Dart from Buckfastleigh to Totnes, including Staverton
- River Yarty from Yarcombe to Axminster
- A361 East Lyng to Burrowbridge
- Curry Moor and Hay Moor
The Environment Agency has issued a severe weather warning for the Sea Life Centre and the Preston Beach Road area of Lodmore in Weymouth.
People are being warned to avoid the Preston Beach areas as conditions are extremely dangerous and will remain so overnight.
Janice Peacey, a Community Ranger from Cheltenham Borough Council brings us the latest in the efforts to save struggling fish in Pittville Lake.
Thank goodness there isn't a hosepipe ban in Cheltenham where the Environment Agency hopes spraying fresh water into Pittville Lake will save some of its fish, which are dying in droves.
Staff have spent the night manning the pumps, trying to re-oxygenate the lake.
In the meantime, people and dogs are being warned to stay well away from the water for their own safety.
Thousands of fish have died in a lake in Cheltenham in what the Environment Agency has described as a mass suffocation.
Pittville Lake is part of the town's largest ornamental park.
People are now being warned to stay away from the water.
Katie Rowlett reports:
We know from tests that the oxygen levels in the lake had dropped considerably, so the Environment Agency is recirculating water into the lake in an effort to stabilize oxygen levels.
Low oxygen levels could be due to a number of factors linked to environmental conditions such as decomposing algae or sediment stirred up by recent storms.
The surviving fish now have areas which are oxygenated and we will continue to work with the Environment Agency to make sure that oxygen levels stay at the required level.
Although tests for blue-green algae have returned negative, we would still like to remind people that there is no fishing on the lake until further notice to allow for the clean-up operation."