The River Wye is currently peaking in Ross-on-Wye at around 4.8 metres. Several roads in South Herefordshire are currently blocked by floodwater and riverside paths in Ross-on-Wye remain under large amounts of water and will continue to do so for the next 24 hours.

Levels are already falling further upstream at Mordiford, Hereford and Bredwardine, but further heavy rain is forecast for next week, with the Environment Agency and The Met Office keeping a close eye on any developments.

River levels on the Wye peaked at just under 5.6 metres in Hereford and at just over 6.6 metres at Bredwardine yesterday. Several properties next to the Wye in Hereford found themselves flooded but flood defences in the city did prevent hundreds of properties from flooding.

Areas such as Holme Lacy Road, Watery Lane and Greyfriars Avenue were worst affected, with some seeing their homes flood for the third time in just 14 months.

Here are a selection of photos that our photographer Cameron M-Hill took yesterday: