What a difference a day makes! The water level is falling after heavy rain. Our reporters have been revisiting the worst hit spots.Read the full story ›
The Environment Agency moved in last night to protect the Wiltshire town of Bradford on Avon against rising river levels. Work took place to install flood defences at Bull Pit ready for the high tide.
A picture Tweeted this morning shows the historic bridge still well clear of the rather high River Avon.
Crews from Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service have Tweeted a picture of one of the problems in the flooding.
It shows the damage after a car slid on the skidpan of surface water right into a brick wall.
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Here's how things look on Monday evening after two days of torrential rain soaked the region.Read the full story ›
The emergency services were called into the village this afternoon to help residents.Read the full story ›
After flooding causes disruption to lines across the region, Great Western Railway say tickets for today will be valid for use tomorrow.Read the full story ›
Bristol Temple Meads has reopened and the diversionary route between Taunton and Bristol Temple Meads has also opened.
Trains will start to run between the stations.
Rail replacement at temple meads.. wait in a leaking damp tunnel for an hour.. rubbish user experience… https://t.co/tDzFwaiZ7c
Temporary station closure on Great Western Railway at Bristol Temple Meads due to flooding.
Station is closed until further notice.
Part of an ancient stone footbridge has been washed away in flooding on Exmoor.
The Tarr Steps usually provide a crossing for the River Barle but as our reporter Bob Cruwys discovered, they've been washed away by floodwater.