FLOOD alerts have been put in place across Worcestershire after further heavy rainfall. 

The Environment Agency has renewed alerts and say that low lying land and roads in Stourport and other locations in Worcestershire may be affected by flooding. 

The River Severn levels in Bewdley peaked at 2.91m yesterday morning (Sunday, November 10) and the levels in Worcester are expected to peak between 3.6m to 3.9m this evening.

River levels are expected to remain high over the next few days.

The Environment Agency say they are “closely monitoring the situation” and “incident response staff are checking defences.”

They have also warned people to avoid using low lying footpaths near local watercourses.