The weather has been dry for at least 24 hours but the affect of flooding continues to be felt.
Some communities are still stranded and the Environment Agency says it could take days for the water to drain away.
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Our weatherman Bob Crampton gives the lowdown on the higher temperatures the West Country is experiencing at the moment.
This afternoon is set to be breezy with lots of cloud - murky around the moors. Highs hitting 13 C. Staying dry with a very mild night