Water levels in places on the river Severn are at their highest for five years The Environment Agency has described conditions as "a big winter flood".
Levels along parts of the river Trent in Derbyshire are well above six metres and not expected to peak until tomorrow.
In Worcester the Severn was set to peak today measuring 5.3 metres which is double the usual level.
Dozens of minor roads have been closed due to flooding and swathes of countryside is under water.
Flood defences in Worcestershire at Bewdley, Upton-upon-Severn and Kempsey have worked in keeping the Severn at bay, having failed in last month's floods, devastating many homes.
To see if your area is affected see the Environment Agency website.
Environment Agency figures show the River Teme could rise considerably in places in the next 24 hours.
If you are affected, or at risk of flooding, here you will find the latest advice on what to do and how to monitor the risks.