Flood alerts have been issued across the West Country as tides are expected to reach their spring peak.
The Environment Agency has warned of high tide levels and said some low level flooding may be possible.
The warnings are in place in 13 areas across the west - with many remaining in place until high tide on Sunday morning.
- West Bay Harbour
- Tidal River Avon at Bristol, Pill and Shirehampton
- South Devon Coast from Start Point to Dawlish Warren
- South Devon Coast from Dawlish Warren to Seaton
- South Devon Estuaries
- North Devon Coast from Hartland Point to Lynmouth
- South Cornwall Coast from Lands End to Lizard Point
- South Cornwall Coast from Lizard Point to Gribbin Head excluding Truro City
- North Cornwall Coast from Lands End to Chapel Porth
- North Cornwall Coast from Chapel Porth to The Rumps excluding the tidal River Camel
- Tidal River Camel excluding Wadebridge and Chapel Amble
- North Cornwall Coast from The Rumps to Hartland Point excluding Bude
- Wye Estuary in Gloucestershire
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There are delays of up to 30 minutes on Great Western Railway services due to flooding.
It's affecting trains between Cardiff Central and Bristol Parkway, and between Cardiff Central and Bristol Temple Meads.
It's due to flooding at Pilning, and in the Severn Tunnel.