There are fears the River Wey near Upwey in Weymouth could burst its banks this evening. The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for the area including Church Street, Little Mead, Nottington Lane, Nottington Farm and Almas Palace.
Water levels in the River Wey from Upwey to Weymouth are expected to rise as a result of the groundwater input to the river. Rainfall is expected to continue until the early hours of the morning. The gauges that can be used to trigger this Flood Warning are Broadwey and Upwey.
The Environment Agency is warning residents to block doors with flood boards or sandbags and cover airbricks and other ventilation holes. Other safety precautions can be found on the agency's website.
It appears there is unlikely to be any let up in the relentless rain showers that have battered the Westcountry over the past few days.
Communities in Devon hit by floods over the weekend have been praised by Devon County Council. Many residents are still clearing up.
Dozens of people are clearing up after heavy rain burst rivers and flooded homes. Devon and Dorset hardest hit.