More of the West Country is at risk of flooding this New Year's Day after heavy rain overnight has begun to spill into our waterways.
The Environment Agency has now issued 14 flood warnings for the region. Click here for details and advice on what to do if you are at risk.
- River Axe (Upper) from Winsham to Axminster inc Chard Junction & Weycrof
- River Teign (Lower) from Chudleigh to Kingsteignton
- River Clyst from Broadclyst to Clyst St Mary
- River Dart from Buckfastleigh to Totnes, including Staverton
- River Yarty from Yarcombe to Axminster
- A361 East Lyng to Burrowbridge
- Curry Moor and Hay Moor
Sampford Brett Bridge on the A358 and Sampford Mill Farm
The Street in Charmouth including Catherston Cottages, Robyns Nest, Neighbridge Cottage and Kingfishers
River Lowman at vulnerable riverside locations in Tiverton, including Station Road, Lowman Green and Old Blundells areas.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for the River Axe from Winsham to Axminster, including Chard Junction and Weycroft.
Particular locations at risk include:
- Chard Junction - including the Three Counties Public House, Creamery and Broad Bridge areas
- Broom, Wadbrook, Axe Farm
- Weycroft - including Coaxden Cottages, Weycroft Mill and properties on the A358 around Weycroft Bridge
- B3165 at Mosterton and Clapton
Up to 25mm of rain has fallen over the area in the last 24 hours. Rivers are rising in response to this rainfall. The main band of rain has now cleared in the area, but rivers will continue to rise during the afternoon.