Environment Agency warns people in Somerset to be prepared for heavy rain and possible flooding
Heavy rain today and tomorrow could lead to flooding in South West England, the Environment Agency has warned.
The Environment Agency is reminding people throughout the South West region to keep up to date with the latest weather forecast and any flood alerts or warnings on the Environment Agency website.
People can sign up to free flood warnings. It also advised the public to stay away from swollen rivers and not to drive through floodwater.
"We strongly urge people to sign up to flood warnings on the Environment Agency website, keep a close eye on local weather forecasts and be prepared for possible flooding. We also ask that people stay safe and not try to wade or drive through any deep water," said Ben Johnstone for the Environment Agency.
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The Agency is monitoring river levels and expected to issue flood alerts and possibly flood warnings. There is expected to be snow further north and this could lead to significant travel disruption.
Click here for the latest Somerset weather forecast.
For the latest information on flood warnings and alerts in the region, click on the Environment Agency panel below.