Some parts of the UK are close to having their wettest autumn on record following more downpours, experts say.
More than 100 flood warnings are in place across England as communities continue to mop up after disastrous deluges that forced more than 1,200 people to abandon their homes.
The River Avon, Severn and Teme have all been affected by the recent rainfall and levels are expected to remain high over the next few days.
Although a number of flood warnings are no longer in force, two more have been issued for Worcester today.
River Severn in North Worcester
River levels have risen at the Worcester (Barbourne) river gauge as a result of recent rainfall.
Consequently, flooding of property, roads and farmland is expected to continue today.
Flooding is affecting Newport Street, Park View Terrace, The Butts, King Stephen’s Mount and Croft Road.
Predicted Peak:- Worcester 4.9 to 5.2m on Saturday afternoon (November 16).
We expect river levels to remain high over the next few days and we are closely monitoring the situation.
Our incident response staff are checking defences.
Please avoid using low lying footpaths near local watercourses.
Consequently, flooding of property, roads and farmland is expected to continue.
Flooding is affecting properties at Quay Street, South Quay, Diglis Avenue and Hood Street.
Properties also affected at Pitchcroft Lane, Waterworks Road, Newport Street,Croft Road and Diglis Dock Road Worcester.
Predicted Peaks: Diglis 4.7 to 5m on Saturday afternoon, Bewdley 3.6 to 4.1m on Sunday morning, Worcester 4.9 to 5.2m on Saturday afternoon Saxons Lode 5.2 to 5.4m on Saturday afternoon.
River Severn in South Worcester
River levels continue to rise at the Diglis Worcester river gauge as a result of recent rainfall.