There is fresh misery for people living in the Somerset Levels, where two severe flood warnings remain in place signifying a danger to life.
The Environment Agency said the first warning affects the Salt Moor and North Moor while the second is in place on the A361 between east Lyng and Burrowbridge, including the Somerset Levels Basket and craft Centre Area.
Many flood-hit homes on the Somerset levels have already been evacuated, and further rainfall raises the prospect of more residents having to leave their houses.
The Met Office warned that a fresh wave of heavy rain will hit southern England and Wales at around 6am today. They said up to 1.6ins (40mm) of rain is being predicted to fall in the south coast, where many areas are already drenched from recent storms and floods
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