The Met Office is warning that further spells of heavy rain could cause flooding in Herefordshire and other parts of England and Wales today.
Parts of Herefordshire have seen localised flooding overnight, with Lower Bullingham Lane closed.
Excess water has also caused flooding on the A49 (Asda roundabout) in Hereford but the road remains passable.
A number of Flood Alerts are also in force, including on the River Lugg, River Frome and River Leadon catchment. Levels on the River Wye are rising but no alerts have been put in place at present.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for heavy rain across Herefordshire:
Heavy rain will affect parts of southern England, South Wales and the southwest Midlands during Monday.
20-30 mm of rain falling widely with a few places seeing as much as 40-60 mm.
You can view the warning in full by visiting the Met Office website: https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings#?id=9351fb29-9c6c-433a-93ef-4548852baef1&date=2023-12-04