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Latest Flood Alerts Across England And Wales
Dozens of fresh flood warnings in England and Wales have been issued by the Environment Agency as heavy downpours create hazardous conditions on the roads.
The Environment Agency has put in place 32 "high alerts" across England and Wales where flooding is expected and over 130 warnings, where flooding is possible.
It said in a statement: "There is still a risk of flooding across many parts of England and Wales with particular focus on Somerset, Dorset and Devon."
People in the South West, the Midlands, the North East, Anglia, and Wales are being urged to take "immediate action".
There are 14 high alerts in the South West, seven in The Midlands, eight in Anglia, two in the North East and two in Wales.
People in the South East are being told to "be prepared" for possible flooding.
There are 34 warnings in the South West, 35 in the South East, 27 in the Midlands, 22 in Anglia, seven in the North East and six in Wales.
Meanwhile, the Met Office has issued a yellow warning of heavy downpours in the South West, East, London, the Midlands and southern Wales to last until 3pm today.
The fire service has warned of dangerous conditions on the roads and urged motorists not to risk their lives by driving through any flood water.
The Highways Agency, the AA and Trafficmaster have told Sky News there are currently no major accidents or delays on the main roads.
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