A number of roads in Herefordshire remain closed this morning due to flooding.

Motorists are reminded to take note of road closed signage and to await an official update from Herefordshire Highways before using these routes. 

Heavy rain caused flooding issues on many routes in the county on Thursday.

The A438 remains closed between Trumpet and Tarrington, due to flooding near Alexander Park.

The B4214 Bromyard Road at Ledbury is closed due to flooding.

The A4110 & A4113 are both closed in Leintwardine due to flooding.

A number of minor routes in villages such as Marden, Moreton-on-Lugg and Sutton St Nicholas are also flooded due to high levels on the River Lugg.

Several flood alerts remain in force on rivers in the county, including the River Wye, River Lugg, River Frome, River Teme and River Leadon Catchment.

Levels on the Wye have peaked at both Hay-on-Wye and Bredwardine. They will peak in Hereford early this morning at around 4.2 metres, meaning that some riverside paths will temporarily flood, but no major flooding is expected. Levels will peak at Mordiford and Ross-on-Wye later today (Friday).

Further outbreaks of rain are forecast over the coming days, so we’ll keep you updated with any further flooding information.

Road Information – https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/roads-1/roadworks

Flood Alerts – https://check-for-flooding.service.gov.uk