After a weekend of wild storms and some gale-force winds, 12 flood warnings remain in place across the region.
The warning means that flooding is expected, and people should take immediate action.
South Devon Coast
- Low-lying areas of the Dart Estuary
- Topsham and Cockwood
- Low-lying areas of the Teign Estuary
- Exmouth to Seaton
South Cornwall Coast
- Mounts Bay, properties located behind the seafront
- Lizard Point to Gribbin Head, excluding Truro city
- Mounts Bay, seafront properties
- Gribbin Head to Tame Head
- Lands End to Lizard Point, excluding Mounts Bay
- Rame Head to Wembury Bay
- Barbican, including Sutton Harbour, Southside Street, Breton Street, Vauxhall Street, Sutton Road, Lockyers Quay and Tin Lane
14 flood alerts are also in place across Devon and Cornwall - this means that flooding is possible, and people should be prepared. You can find this list here.
Over four thousand homes are without power across Devon and Cornwall as Storm Imogen hits the south west.
Western Power says the are trying to restore all supplies by midday.
The Environment Agency has issued 11 flood warnings for our region. A number of coastal towns including Lynmouth and Mevagissey were affected during the high tides last night and more flooding is expected. If you are at risk, do take the usual precautions.
- South Devon Coast from Exmouth to Lyme Regis
- South Devon Coast from Start Point to Dawlish Warren
- Tidal River Torridge from Weare Giffard to Bideford
- South Devon Estuaries
- North Devon Coastal Communities, including Westward Ho!, Combe Martin and Lynmouth
- North Cornwall Coast at Wadebridge
- Plymouth Barbican
- North Cornwall Coast Flood Warning Area
- South Cornwall Coast Flood Warning Area
- Somerset coast at Blue Anchor, seafront properties
- Somerset coast at Porlock Weir