Flood warnings have been issued for the River Severn and the River Avon.

Further downpours are expected in the next 24 hours according to the Met Office, resulting in a total of ten flood alerts and warnings being put in place.

Evesham is one of the areas that could be affected, with a flood alert issued.

According to the Environment Agency, river levels remain high at the Bredon river gauge.

As such flooding is likely to affect low-lying land and roads adjacent to the River Avon with Offenham one of the areas at risk.

Meanwhile, there are two flood warnings for the River Severn.

High river levels have been recorded at the Mythe Bridge and Haw Bridge gauges.

While Worcester should remain dry, properties and roads near Tewkesbury and Severn Ham are likely to experience flooding.

Several roads and local caravan parks in Apperley and The Leigh are also expected to be flooded.

The Government website states: "We expect river levels to remain high into next week. We are closely monitoring the situation. Our incident response staff are liaising with emergency services. Please move possessions and valuables off the ground or to safety and avoid contact with flood water."

A further update is expected by 9am tomorrow.