Volunteers have been giving out special flood packs to owners of flood prone homes on the Somerset Levels.
The packs include giant waterproof bags to protect belongings, do it yourself sand bags and were given out in Moorland and Burrowbridge.
They've been put together by The Somerset Emergency Volunteers to help prevent damage like what was seen in the floods 2 years ago.
The police have put a new roadblock across the road into Moorland over the weekend. It is normally used to block streets in the event of a riot. Here it is to stop potential criminals from entering Moorland where floodwater is receding, leaving evacuated homes vulnerable.
Residents of Burrowbridge have started moving their cars using a floating pontoon. The cars have been marooned because flooded roads have isolated sections of the village.
The Met Office has issued a yellow alert ahead of heavy rain and wind forecast for today. Winds of up to 80 miles per hour are expected across the area, with many parts, particularly the Somerset levels already saturated after previous heavy rainfall.
New Road is still closed because of flooding between Riverside in Burrowbridge and Northmoor Lane in Lyng. Somerset County Council says it will remain closed for the rest of the week at least.