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

Watery Lane and Lower Bullingham Lane in Hereford are currently both blocked by rising flood water. These routes are expected to remain closed due to flooding until the weekend.

The A40 is closed eastbound between Symonds Yat and Monmouth due to a landslide.

The A4103 is partially blocked at Fromes Hill due to flooding.

The A438 (Hereford to Ledbury Road) is closed in both directions near Tarrington due to flooding.

Reports of flooding causing problems on the A44 between Bromyard and Worcester.

The A465 (Hereford to Bromyard Road) has flooding near The Cross Keys pub.

Flooding affecting parts of Eaton Bishop and Madley.

Flooding affecting parts of Ewyas Harold village.

The old Hereford road into Leominster has large areas of standing water and is only passable with extreme care.

Flood alerts are in force on a number of rivers in the county including:

River Wye from Hay-on-Wye to Ross-on-Wye, including Hereford city.

River Lugg, south of Leominster.

River Frome

River Arrow

River Leadon Catchment 

Levels on the Wye in Herefordshire are expected to peak on Friday but no major flooding is expected at present.

You can keep up to date with the latest flood alerts by visiting – https://check-for-flooding.service.gov.uk/alerts-and-warnings#alerts