Several flood warnings and road closures are in place across Gloucestershire as rivers continue to surge following Storms Eunice and Franklin.
High water levels have been recorded on the Rivers Avon, Severn and Wye, putting many low-lying towns and villages from Tewkesbury to Gloucester at risk of flooding.
The flood warnings in place across Gloucestershire today (February 23) are:
Severn Ham, Tewkesbury
Abbots Court, Deerhurst
Chaceley and Haw Bridge
Apperley and The Leigh
Less severe flood alerts are also in place across Gloucestershire. They affect:
River Wye in Gloucestershire
Severn Estuary from Gloucester to Sharpness
Rivers Frome and Cam
River Leadon catchment
River Severn in Gloucestershire
Roads have also been closed due to flooding, including:
Ham Road Tirley all the way to Ashleworth
Church Lane Tirley to Chaceley
Town Street Tirley up to the farm
Rock Street Chaceley
The Environment Agency have warned river levels will continue to rise at the Mythe Bridge river gauge and that flooding of property and farmland is expected.
They expect flooding to affect Bredon Road, White Bear, King John’s Cottages in Tewkesbury.
As a result of recent heavy rainfall, river levels are also expected to remain high into next week.
Incident response staff are liaising with emergency services and have asked residents to move possessions and valuables off the ground or to safety and avoid contact with flood water.