A FLOOD alert has been issued for the Bow and Piddle Brook.
The Environment Agency issued the warning for the brook in the area of Flyford Flavell and Wyre Piddle, which joins the River Avon near Pershore.
The level of the brook, which has been high for several weeks following heavy rain, was recorded as 1.07 metres this afternoon, and is predicted to reach a level of up to two metres tomorrow evening.
Alerts remain in place for the River Severn, which is expected to stay at a high level for some time, as well as the River Avon between Evesham and Tewkesbury.
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