Keeping eye on weather
WATER levels are finally expected to relent today, but ice is on the way and there is more rain next week.
Met Office forecasters have issued a warning for drivers to expect dangerous conditions on the roads this morning as temperatures hit freezing.
From about noon it will rise to around 3C. Saturday is expected to be bright, dry and clear but the mercury won't get higher than 5C.
Sunday will see a bit more cloud cover but the rain is expected to hold off throughout the weekend.
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However, it's back on Monday when heavy showers will crash down again over lunchtime, with light rainfall predicted in the morning and afternoon. Temperatures will be higher, at about 9C.
The Environment Agency said river levels in the county have now peaked and are dropping steadily, although may rise according to the tides.
Residents can call their Floodline on 0845 988 1188, select option 1 and enter quickdial number 0524124 to get more information if the situation changes.