Several roads are closed in Somerset, Devon, Cornwall and Dorset as heavy rainfall sweeps across the region.
A Met Office yellow weather warning for rain is in force and the deluge has brought flooding to low-lying areas in South Devon and the Somerset Levels on Thursday 7 December.
The New Road to North Curry from the A361 has been closed due to the River Tone bursting its banks and the River Parrett is currently running very high.
Somerset road closures
A303 east A358 Southfields Roundabout and A3088 Cartgate Roundabout.
A356 in both directions closed due to flooding from Haselbury Plucknett turn off (Merriotsford) to Prophet's Lane and Crewkerne turn off (Stoke Sub Hamdon).
A358 in both directions closed, delays due to flooding from The George Pub (Peasmarsh) to Church Street (Donyatt).
B3165 south of Crewkerne (Clapton Rd)
Langport to Muchelney Rd
West Mudford Rd
Scotts Way, Middle Chinnock
Merriot Rd, Crewkerne
Swan Hill, Haselbury Plucknett
Chard Junction (Station Rd)
Wood Close, Lane Allowenshey
Dorset road closures
A35 in both directions closed due to accident and flooding from Quarry Hill (Morden) to Poole Hill (Bere Regis).
Devon road closures
A3052 Swan Hill Road both ways closed due to flooding from B3172 to B3161 Coly Road.
A3052 Boshill Hill in both directions impassable due to flooding from The White Hart Inn to Amouth turn-off.
A358 Weycroft Bridge in both directions closed due to flooding near Smallridge turn off.
Cornwall road closures
A390 in both directions closed, delays due to stranded vehicles and flooding from The Bridge to Trehill Lane.
A388 Launceston Road closed through Callington due to flooding at the entrance of Skitta Close.
The map below shows the flood warnings in force across the West Country. These are issued by the Environment Agency and mean flooding is "expected", and people should "act now". This means:
Turning off gas, water and electricity
Moving things upstairs or to safety
Moving family, pets and car to safety