It has been a traumatic few days in Herefordshire.

Flood warnings are still in place, but the worst is over.

Areas of the county are still however underwater.

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Flooded Herefordshire

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Lawtons Cross, Kingsland

Lawtons Cross, Kingsland
Toni Wade

St Mary's Church Marden.

St Mary's Church Marden.
Philip Pankhurst
St Mary's Church Marden.
Philip Pankhurst
St Mary's Church Marden.
Philip Pankhurst
St Mary's Church Marden.
Philip Pankhurst

A flood warning was still in place today for the river Wye between Hereford and Ross-on-Wye.

The Environment Agency issued a warning when flooding is expected and immediate action should be taken.

Flooding is expected to affect properties and roads in and around Hereford and Ross-on-Wye, including the Wilton area.

Mordiford peaked at 4.89m on Friday evening, Ross-on-Wye is currently peaking between 4.3 and 4.4m.

River levels to remain high over the next few days. 

Flood alerts remain in place for the river Leadon catchment, and the Lugg north and south of Leominster.

A flood alert means flooding is possible and people should be prepared.