22 flood warnings and alerts remain in place across the Midlands today (17 June).
A flood warning means flooding is expected and immediate action is required. A flood alert means flooding is possible so you should be prepared.
- River Tame at Whitacre and Nether Whitacre
- River Tame at Hams Hall
- River Cole at Coleshill
- River Stour at Stoubridge
- River Mease at Clifton Campville, Harlaston and Croxall
- River Cole
- Rivers in South Worcestershire
- River Blythe in Warwickshire
- Tern and Perry Catchments
- Rea Brook and Cound Brook
- River Stour and Smestow Brook in the Black Country and South Staffordshire
- Middle Tame
- Burton Trent
- Severn Vyrnwy Confluence
- Lower Tame
- River Trent in Derbyshire
- River Stour in Worcestershire
- River Anker and River Sence
- Lower River Stour in Leicestershire
- River Mease
- River Sow and River Penk
- Loughborough Urban Watercourses
Here is some insurance advice from the government on what to do when your home is flooded.
West Midlands Fire Service has revealed how many flood related call outs they have received due to the severe weather.
There are still a number of flood alerts and warnings in place across the Midlands as the region braces itself for yet another day of rain.