The Environment Minister Owen Paterson is expected in Somerset tonight to speak to agencies who are helping people affected by the floods.
His visit comes after the county council declared the situation a 'major incident', on another weekend of heavy rain.
Bob Cruwys sent this report from the Somerset Levels.
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