A campaign urging motorists not to risk their lives by driving through flood water is launched today.
Called 'Turn Around, Don't Drown', Cornwall Fire Service will be demontrating the risks involved in taking a chance with water that could potentially be much deeper than drivers suspect.
This week the village of Moorland moved a step closer to normality with the opening of their village hall.
Meanwhile one man's plan to defeat any future floods has run into a few problems. Here's our Somerset correspondent, David Woodland:
A village hall on the Somerset Levels has reopened nine months after being flooded.
Moorland and District Village Hall has been officially reopened at a ceremony this evening. There has been a portable building in its place for nine months. 120 people from the local community were invited to the event.
Dozens of communities repeatedly blighted by flooding are still not getting the protection they deserve, according to a report out today.Read the full story ›
A report by Natural England has found that last winter's floods had surprisingly little impact on wildlife on the Somerset LevelsRead the full story ›
A study into the flooding on the Somerset Levels last winter has concluded that, despite the fears, the impact on wildlife has not been serious.
Natural England has been looking at evidence from surveys and collecting the observations of local residents. There are some signs of reduced numbers of mammals, insects and birds in areas which previously had not flooded for many years.
A Somerset MP will today call for a council tax levy on residents in areas hit by flooding. Ian Liddell-Grainger, MP for Bridgwater, says the money would help pay for a new rivers board to maintain flood defences. He's also calling for a tidal barrage at the mouth of the river Parrett.
Somerset's tourism industry says its still feeling the effects of the winter floods.
Some businesses are reporting a 25% drop in trade compared to last year. They say images of the flooded Levels put people off when they were booking their summer break.
The tourism industry in Somerset is still feeling the effects of the flooding in theRead the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Saturday and are urging people in the South West to be cautious of thunderstorms and the possibility of "significant flooding".
They say the warm weather could develop into heavy showers with lightning and hail. The warning covers East Devon, Somerset and Dorset.