FLOOD warnings remain in place in Herefordshire this morning (December 30).

They are all for the river Wye - at north Hereford, south Hereford and between Hereford and Ross-on-Wye. 

Levels have fallen; however, with further rain forecast, the river is set to rise again and remain so for several days. 

At the Old Bridge in Hereford, the predicted peak is between 4.7 and 5.2 metres tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon.


The Environment Agency says it expects flooding to affect properties and roads in north Hereford, including Greyfriars area and the B4399 Holme Lacy Road in Hereford.

Meanwhile, the predicted peak at Ross-on-Wye is between four and 4.4m overnight on Sunday.

There are also flood warnings in the county at other rivers and waterways.

This includes the Lugg, Arrow, Frome, Leadon and Teme. 

On the roads, the Marden to Wellington road was closed yesterday (December 29), with Lower Bullingham Lane and Water remaining shut in Hereford. 

Heavy rain is forecast for this afternoon and evening (December 30) with tomorrow (December 31) looking dry.